Lambo’s Graphite Customisation Capsule

A swatch of new colours gives the Urus menacing options.

By Terry Christodoulou 29/09/2020

Any chance of blending in driving a Lamborghini Urus has been further dashed with the marque unveiling its new Graphite Capsule model – furthering the beefy bodied Lambo’s eye-catching appeal.

The new capsule lands with the choice of four matte finishes (black, white, and two differing greys) are now available for the main body while four gloss paint colours (green, yellow and two choices of orange) accent the front splitter, door trims, rear spoiler and wheel rims.

The inside sees the bodywork colour schemes reflected in the stitching, a select few seat, dash and door panels – all treated to the same pop of colour given to the exterior accents. The rest is finished in black while the aluminium trim is given a dark anodized finish, and the interior carbon fibre has a matte finish – completing the angry refresh – while a special option exclusive to the Graphite Capsule and Pearl Capsule model is ventilated seats upholstered in Alcantara.

Pricing for the 477kW behemoth is yet to be revealed in Graphite Capsule trim, however, it will be made available on 2021 Urus models.


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