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We all know the Lamborghini Urus is called a Super SUV, and with a twin-turbocharged V8 engine delivering 650 hp, it isn’t unclear why, but did you know there are a total of six different driving modes available to the fortunate driver of this Raging Bull.
There are seven actually, and no, these aren’t the seven deadly sins we’ve seen from the Murciélago VIP booklet, Lamborghini pre-programmed six different modes for the driver to choose from, or you can set it to EGO, taken from the Egoïsta perhaps, but in EGO mode you can dial in a bespoke setup to your liking in terms of ride characteristics … comfortable or sporty, even aggressive when road conditions allow.
But let’s take a look at the six factory settings:
The most used setting probably for many owners, with pre-sets for daily driving with the suspension set to comfort and a ride-height perfected for speed.
Still, a pre-set for driving on the open road, but now with a more aggressive shifting characteristic that results in a more powerful feeling behind the wheel of the Urus.
Now we’re talking, a firm suspension, even lower ride height, and a shifting pre-set for pure performance, this Race setting minimizes roll momentum during cornering … some might even use this setting on the street.
The Lamborghini Urus is an off-road vehicle, so the Sand setting will come with a raised suspension to allow a steeper angle when driving in the dunes.
Off-roading isn’t always done on soft sand, sometimes you’ll be climbing over rocks, hence the Terra (Land) setting on the dial on the central console of the Urus … to take it into the wilder tracks around the world.
I’m sure you’ve seen my earlier article about the Urus setting a speed record on the frozen Baikal Lake, that’s the perfect spot to use the Neve (Snow) setting in the Urus, for better traction on slippery surfaces.
So you’ll have six factory settings available to you as an owner of the Lamborghini Urus, and an additional EGO setting just for you … but whichever setting you’ll choose, they will all bring a smile on your face, so let’s just call them six (or seven) degrees of a FUN setting.