Lamborghini has intrudced the Urus S which is on its way to replace Lambo's twin-turbo V8.
The S's 305 km/h maximum is no better than the old Urus could manage, and fractionally short of the Performante's 306 km/h figure.
In Italy, the Urus costs €195,538 ($188,000) before taxes, compared to €218,487 ($210,358) Performante. U.S. prices haven't been announced but it will cost substantially less in the United States. The difference in acceleration numbers between the two vehicles is largely down to weight.
The Performante is pitched as the more extreme driver's car, while the S is left to focus more on luxury and sophistication. New front bumper features a matte black-painted stainless steel skidplate as standard. Tailpipes have been replaced with exhaust tailpipes that can be optioned in matte, shiny black or bright chrome.
New trim levels include Bi-color Sportivo and Sophisticated trim with bolder contrast color options and stitching. Other options include a carbon hood, carbon roof, and 22-inch and 23-inch wheel upgrades for buyers who feel the standard 21-inch rims don't fill the boxy arches.