Did Lamborghini Just Reveal The Urus By “Accident”?

Lamborghini’s latest Urus teaser gives us a first proper look on the new “super SUV”‘s exterior design.

As expected, the Italian super SUV stays true to the show car that debuted more than 5 years ago, albeit with what appears to be an even more dramatic front end, different headlights, and even larger wheels.

Someone at Lamborghini eventually spotted the mistake, so they took the video down, but not before other channels managed to save it and reupload online, but our guess is that they will be eventually forced to delete it as well, so enjoy it before it’s too late.

The 33-second long clip focuses on the Corsa driving mode, which is the most extreme of the six, alongside the Strada and Sport, shared with the Huracan and Aventador, and Urus-only Sabbia (Sand), Terra (Land), and Neve (Snow).

The latest video comes a few days after we managed to catch a glimpse of the Urus’ cabin, with its two digital displays, air vents inspired by the ones used in the Huracan, some flashy knobs flanking the ignition button, and a touchpad controller.

Lamborghini will drop the veil off the Urus on December 4, before opening the order books shortly after. The first units should be shipped to customers worldwide next summer.

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  • Kannag Don Amenra

    The exterior design is stunning, much better than I expected.

  • Knotmyrealname

    I doubt much is done by ‘accident’ in this business.

    • alexxx

      Accidents don’t exist…

      • Knotmyrealname

        agree

    • Mike Sinyaboot

      This is definitely not an “accident” as the camera blatantly stays focused on the Urus graphic before quickly shifting its focus to start/stop button and gear/drive mode selector. The marketing department is well aware that this perceived “accident” would create additional coverage before the official reveal on the 4th.

      • Knotmyrealname

        agreed

  • Hockeyman

    “Accidentally”.

  • exeptor

    Looks like a pumped up Toyota CHR. Pure abomination.

    • ErnieB

      Yes

  • Kaisuke971

    That’s classic manufacturer teasing. “Oh no we accidentally revealed a crappy image of the car and everyone is talking about it, very bad !”

  • YUDHA BAGASKARA

    worse than bentayga

    • alexxx

      Impossible…

      • YUDHA BAGASKONTOL

        Alex dont listen to this FAGGOT!!

    • YUDHA BAGASKONTOL

      KONTOL BACOT!!

      • YUDHA BAGASKARA

        siape lu nyatut gue? ketangkep polisi RIP elu

  • Balcis

    welcome, it’s been years. really.

  • Infinite1

    It’s looking good

  • fabri99

    Fix that front bumper asap!

    • McF1

      Hope that the front dumper looks better in real life.

  • Lacedon2

    Its q5 or q7?

  • JR Glide

    the reveal is not the “accident”… the design is…

  • Erzhik

    Nothing is ever accidental in these sort of reveals. They are showing you the car, but not exactly showing you the car. It’s only a glimpse and only from a certain angle.

  • Belthronding Tinuviel

    İ am really getting tired of seeing that sort of accidents almost every week.

  • no25

    That was not accidental. They showed the camera on the picture for a solid few seconds. It was their way of teasing it once more because we still can’t tell what it looks like all around.

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