We report the first low resolution renderings of the Urus, the new SUV Concept set to debut as a static model at the upcoming Beijing Show.
The dimensions are generous (4.99 x 1.99 x 1.66 meters), and the proortions are close to those of the BMW X6, compared to which the Urus is 11 cm longer, 1 cm wider and 4 cm lower.
The exterior features distinctively sloped shoulder line, complemented by a descending roofline, while the stance is enhanced by the muscular rear shoulders and the 24-inch wheels.
The adoption of the current design language – already expressed with the Estoque and the Aventador, is evident in many details, including the color scheme, the carbon-fiber details, the Y-shaped headlights and the angular front air openings.
Active aerodynamics elements include an adjustable front spoiler, a variable ride height system and an adaptive rear wing.
The interior features four individual seats, a carbon-fiber trimmed dashboard and a touch screen on the center console.
The name Urus refers to the ancestor of domestic cattle. According to the first information, the car is planned to be produced in approx. 3,000 units per year.
(via: Virtual Car)