The caged start button is carried over from other Lambos.
Lamborghini has revealed snippets of the new Urus SUV’s interior in its latest teaser video, which showcases the forthcoming car’s Corsa sport mode. The video (check it out at the bottom of the page) shows several shots of the car’s interior, including the centre stack and the digital instrument display, in more detail than ever.
From a fleeting glimpse of the car’s digital instruments, it seems that the ‘Corsa’ mode (named after the Italian for track) shows the driver a wealth of telemetry data, including the amount of power and torque being produced by the car’s 4-litre turbocharged V8. There’s also a display that looks suspiciously like a G-metre on the right-hand side of the screen.
The most revealing shots, however, are of the central dashboard. Few details of the overall look can be seen, but there are clearly two infotainment screens separated by a row of switches.
Although we can’t see much of the upper screen, the lower display shows climate settings, such as air conditioning and heated seat controls. On the centre console, though, sits a new control unit, which includes the gear selector, ‘Anima’ driving mode selector and starter button.
As with the Urus’ stablemates, a central push-button ignition switch sits beneath a fighter jet-inspired cage to add a certain air of occasion to proceedings. The video also shows various shots of the car being pushed to the limit on a race track and is the latest in a line of teaser videos that have so far extolled the virtues of the car’s ‘Sabbia’ (sand) and ‘Neve’ (snow) driving modes.
Until the Urus is finally unveiled at Lamborghini’s Sant’Agata headquarters on 4 December, though, we won’t know quite how the finished product will look.