This shoot spies gives us a relatively clear picture of what we should expect from the updated Urus from a design perspective. The changes are at best slight, as Lamborghini is keeping what has worked so well over the past few years. In case you missed, the Urus is Lamborghini’s best-selling model right now, and it’s to thank for the Italian company’s record 2021 sales numbers.
We’ll note that this winter weather tester Urus is wearing a lightly massaged front bumper with added air vents. The addition of additional vents continues on the revised hood design featuring a pair of never-before-seen vents. Other notable updates come to the rear of the Urus. We follow a new rear bumper design that takes a different approach in terms of integrating the rear fender vents. The vents near the wheel arches are now much larger and more noticeable than on current Uruss.
And that’s what we can see in the exterior of this Urus. We bet the most important updates will come in the form of an updated interior with newer technology. Plus, there’s a chance we get more power from the Urus Evo. We do not doubt that output will rise sharply, but any movement in the positive direction would be welcome. A more powerful Urus with a hybrid powertrain borrowed from Porsche PHEV technology should follow up at a later date.