Experience Power and Efficiency: The All-New Lamborghini Urus SE Plug-in Hybrid

Italian supercar maker Lamborghini is following the trend of going electric, as the Urus SE SUV includes a plug-in hybrid for the first time in their history.

The Urus SE marks a significant milestone for the brand as it introduces a plug-in hybrid model with an impressive zero-emission range. The car boasts a 25.9kWh battery that promises over 37 miles of electric driving, making it an appealing option for top-level management members.

Equipped with an electric motor and a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 petrol engine, the Urus SE delivers a maximum power output of 800PS and 950Nm. This powertrain enables the large SUV to accelerate from 0-62mph in just over 3 seconds.

Lamborghini states that the new powertrain has reduced emissions by 80%, a claim that is pending final agreement. If the official CO2 figure falls below 50g/km, the Urus SE could potentially qualify for the 12% benefit-in-kind tax band.

Design and features

On the inside, Urus SE now boasts a spacious 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen display, accompanied by a generously sized digital instrument cluster positioned behind the steering wheel. This enhanced central display incorporates a fresh telemetry system, granting users access to the vehicle's advanced driver assistance systems.

The user interface has also undergone a revamp, showcasing clean graphics reminiscent of the renowned Revuelto, Lamborghini's remarkable hybrid supercar.

Moreover, on the outside the vehicle offers Galanthus wheels, measuring 23 inches, have been introduced along with Pirelli P Zero tyres. Additionally, there are options for rim sizes of 21 and 22 inches. The range of exterior paint colours has been expanded, offering customers over 100 bodywork options to choose from.

The Urus SE presents an impressive array of 11 drive modes, such as Strada, Sport, and Corsa for road and track usage. It also offers Neve, Sabbia, and TerraTerra 0.0% for off-road surfaces. The hybrid system further provides options like EV Drive, Hybrid, Performance, and Recharge modes. Notably, the Urus SE's air suspension adjusts its height based on the selected mode.

Pricing for the Urus SE hasn't been revealed as of yet but the new-look for the Lamborghini is expected to be priced at over £200,000 when it launches later in 2024.

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