Lamborghini has dethroned sister firm Bentley and set a brand new report for SUVs on the observe used for the Pikes Peak Worldwide Hill Climb. The subsequent evolution of the Urus — which hasn’t been unveiled but — beat the time set by the Bentayga in 2018 by over 10 seconds.
Draped in camouflage, the mysterious Urus raced up the 156-turn course in 10 minutes and 32.06 seconds. For context, the Bentayga that simply obtained knocked off the rostrum’s prime spot set a time of 10 minutes and 49.9 seconds in June 2018. Lamborghini does not wish to give away too many particulars earlier than it unveils the record-setting Urus however it famous that the mannequin was largely inventory. The one modifications made have been required to adjust to security laws; the record features a roll cage, race seats with six-point harnesses, and a hearth extinguishing system.
In case you’re questioning “wasn’t Pikes Peak held in June?,” you are completely proper. Lamborghini clarified that the Urus was not entered within the official hill climb that celebrated its one centesimal version in 2022. Its time was recorded by the occasion’s official time-keepers, nonetheless, and the course was evidently closed to site visitors for the event. Italian racer (and Pirelli take a look at driver) Simone Faggioli set the report.
We cannot have to attend lengthy to search out out what’s behind the camouflage. Lamborghini will unveil the subsequent Urus evolution in August 2022.