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We are not surprised with how well the Lamborghini Urus has been received in a country that’s obsessed with SUVs. Lamborghini is even celebrating the 100thdelivery of Urus in India and has an interesting fact to share with us. Nearly 75 percent of them who bought the Urus are buying a Lamborghini for the first time. The numbers speak for themselves on how the Urus has single-handedly attracted new customers. With the addition of the Urus Pearl Capsule Edition, its exclusivity quotient further rises.

Starting off from its two-tone colour options, the Pearl Capsule Edition is offering a two-tone colour scheme along with a high gloss black roof, rear diffuser, spoiler lip, matt grey tailpipes, among other bits. It sits pretty on 23-inch high gloss black rims with a body colour accent. And through the Ad Personam customisation program, the Urus gets a dedicated new metallic grey Grigio Keres colour in addition to the black, grey, blue and white colours. Inside, the cockpit gets a matching colour to its exterior paint, covered in dual-tone Alcantara, and an option of contrast stitching as well. Intricate details like the Lamborghini emblem embroidered into the headrests, along with bits of carbon fibre and black anodised aluminium trims make the Urus even more desirable.

On the performance front, the Urus can easily put any decent supercar to shame. Its 4.0-litre, twin-turbo V8 engine produces 641 bhp and 86.67 kgm of torque. This allows the Urus to reach the ton mark in less than 3.6 seconds, with a top speed of 305 kph. It’s quick and it’s exclusive! And for that package, you shell pay Rs 3.15 crore, ex-showroom, India, just for the standard Urus.