Lamborghini Urus Pearl Capsule Edition comes with subtle exterior and interior changes

The Italian sports carmaker Lamborghini has launched the Urus Pearl Capsule Edition in the country. As for the price, it will attract a 20 percent premium over the standard Urus which is retailed at Rs 3.15 Crores (ex-showroom) in the country. Thus, we can expect it to flaunt a price tag of Rs 3.80 Crores (ex-showroom). 

In terms of design, the new Urus SUV gets a muscular bonnet, LED headlamps, and a wide air dam upfront. The Urus capsule edition rides on 23-inch high gloss wheels sporting a body-coloured lip. In addition, the quad muffler tips are now finished in matte silver. The body skirting, outside mirrors, wheel cladding, roof & fender embellishments get a gloss black color. The Urus Pearl Capsule Edition is offered in three paint schemes - GialloInti (yellow), Verde Mantis (lime green), and Arancio Borealis (orange). 

Moving inside the cabin of the Urus Pearl Capsule Edition, the seats, centre console, and doors get orange inserts. The new additions here are the URUS branding on the backrest and the Lamborghini logo embroidered into headrests. This edition features black anodized trim bits whereas the standard Urus came with silver or grey trim bits. However, it gets splashes of carbon fiber around the cabin which is something that we have already seen in the Standard Urus. Talking about the feature list, it remains unchanged. 

Powering the Urus Pearl Capsule Edition is a 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 petrol engine that churns out a maximum power of 648 bhp and a peak torque of 850 Nm. The engine can be availed with an 8-speed automatic gearbox.  Besides these, Lamborghini has opened up the Ad Personam program for the Urus. All the Urus owners will now be able to make a choice from an updated standard color palette and interior customization. 

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