First Look Inside The 2019 Lamborghini Urus Reveals High-Tech Cockpit

We’re about three weeks away from the official debut of the new Lamborghini Urus but images of its interior have already surfaced online.

Courtesy of Instagram user altdynamic, the images reveal the dashboard of the new Lambo SUV which features the latest display technologies of the VW Group mixed with the Italian company’s familiar hexagone-based theme.

Just like the latest generation of the Audi A8 and A7, the new Lamborghini Urus makes use of two digital displays, one for infotainment purposes and one for the HVAC controls while the driver’s gauges are digital as expected.

The air-vents follow a similar design with the Huracan while the center console appears to have the same flip-switch red cover for the engine start/stop button. A pair of dramatically styled knobs is positioned on both sides of the engine start button, controlling the different driving modes of the car as shown in the recently released teaser videos. A new touchpad controller is also present.

A twin-turbo V8 with around 650hp will enable the new Lamborghini Urus to make some bold claims in terms of on-road performance but the Italian company also promises to offer true off-road capabilities as a nod to the classic LM002.

Lamborghini will reveal the new Urus on December 4 at its HQ in Sant’Agata, with the first deliveries expected to start in mid-2018. Stay tuned for more in the next days.

Η δημοσίευση κοινοποιήθηκε από το χρήστη altdynamic (@altdynamic) στις Νοέ 16, 2017, 9:40μμ PST


  • dumblikeyou2

    I guess it’s special. Even if the air vents are too similar to the ones in a Mazda CX5

  • Bash

    Nice, not special tho. Have to see it more.

  • Not impressed but will wait

    looks boring. nothing special, looking at some parts of the interior its hard to believe this is even a Lamborghini.

  • Belthronding Tinuviel


  • Adi

    Honestly, this looks like every other VW Group interior. Peugeots 3008 interior looks more special and more upscale than this.

    • Matt

      I drive an Audi everyday and see some funny similarities like – steering wheel(very similar), A-pillars(so simmilar), virtual cocpit(ctr+c, ctr+v), cup holders(only different lighting), middle armrest(ok, maybe a bit differnt shape), parking brake and autohold buttons(identical), air wents intensity regualators(100% Audi). If it is as good of a car as the Q7, then they really done a great job 😉 Obviously the suspension and seats are going to be more sporty and the engine more powerfull, so it a different car, but for me too similar to the Q7 and probably even more to Q8(LOL). I guess that is still better than crapy interior of Maserati, which seriously needs some german thought 😉

      • Carmelo Van Cabboi

        Maserati needs some German touch?!! Really?! A Lamborghini (what is left of Lamborghini?) shouldn’t looks like a whatever VW! Sorry but ur ignorance is ashamed

    • BOB

      Seems like you hit the point.

  • OG

    Audi dash/steering wheel and it looks like it has the same double screen center console that debuted in the new A8.


  • Craig

    It’s too bad they gave it such an awful name. Oh I know [And who doesn’t?] ‘Urus’ [Another name for ‘Aurochs’] is a large wild Eurasian ox that was the ancestor of domestic cattle. [Probably exterminated in Britain in the Bronze Age] But still. They should have picked something else.

  • Howstar

    Look to be very obviously Audi switches still with the Audi font

  • Leconte Dave

    Audi recycle bin ?

  • Marc Gruben

    Just change the name of the company to “Audighini” already.

    • Bob

      Lamborghini Garbus

  • BOB

    Special interior with typical VW auto brake switch. Anyway what the hell is that thing on the middle console under the touch screen ? Looks like archaic bike shifters.

  • Jason Panamera

    Lamborghini Garbus

  • Knotmyrealname

    I love Lambo products; the ip looks nice, but wow, those door trims are straight off a Tata or something. Did they run out of cash?

    • Jason Panamera

      They ran out of style…

    • Jason Panamera

      But most of the reporters who seen the concept say that it looks much more better in real life. We will see.

      • Knotmyrealname

        I hope so. It looks so 2 dimensional.

  • Nordschleife

    I understand that this is not full production interior but the door panels look off. I don’t like how far the aluminum trim extends beyond the wood. As seen in these photo its a strong meh.

  • Erzhik

    So many Audi parts.

  • SteersUright

    Black, plasticky, with cheap looking silver accents as in any Hyundai or Chevy…what the hell?! Get a materials team on this immediately and get some real milled metals, carbon, leather, glass, etc. This is not an Audi Q7!! Oh wait, yes it is.

  • Charlie Medina’s Smiling Coach

    Lamborghini Uranus.

    • Carmelo Van Cabboi


  • EyalN

    high tech cockpit? looks like lamborghini espada from the 60’s

  • Dan

    Another tarted-up Touareg… As is with every single other mid-sized VAG SUV.

  • Kannag Don Amenra

    This is probably the first post in history where everybody unanimously agreed on something 🙂
    I voted up every single comment

  • ErnieB

    Kill it! The Mazda interior looks higher end!

    • donald seymour

      Wow, you said it! I can’t even argue with you.

  • not so cool like the name !!!

  • so has the stupid huge touch screen seen in new Audis, Porsches… I don’t get those screens, you shouldn’t take you eyes off the road to do simple things.

    • donald seymour

      Nobody gets the screens. But the average consumer thinks it looks nice.


    save your money and buy Q7 3.0 TDI instead



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