The Lamborghini Urus has become a common name in the garages of the rich and famous in India. The captain of the Indian cricket team Rohit Sharma is currently not playing against New Zealand and is taking a break after the T2o World Cup. He was spotted driving his Lamborghini Urus in Mumbai and even waved at the car spotters lined up on the roads.
The video shows Rohit Sharma driving alone in the Urus. He stopped at the traffic signal and rolled down the window. The photographers rush to his side. While Rohit did not say anything, it gave us a glimpse of the cabin of Rohit Sharma’s Urus for the first time.
The Lamborghini Urus delivered to Rohit Sharma is personalized with a dual-tone combination of Ross Alala (cherry red) and Nero (black) for the cabin.
While the upper layer of the dashboard and door panels is finished in piano black, the lower part of the dashboard, door panels, and seats are finished in cherry red. In addition, a fine layer of contrast silver dissects the dashboard and door panels, which also flows towards the centre console.
The cabin also gets piano black touches on the dashboard and centre console. We must say that it is a very tasteful choice of colour combination for the cabin. This customised cabin sure does look good and goes really well with the exterior shade of blue.
Rohit bought the Urus in March
Rohit Sharma bought the Urus in March 2022. The luxurious performance SUV gets brilliant-looking “Blu Eleos” paint, which is a shade of dark blue. The entire car, including the front and rear bumpers, is painted in this shade of blue.
Blue happens to be Rohit Sharma’s favourite colour, as this is not the first time he has bought a blue-coloured car. He is already a proud owner of a blue-coloured BMW M5. Given that he is the captain of the Indian Cricket Team and the IPL team of Mumbai Indians, both of which have blue-coloured jerseys for their players, it becomes an even more obvious choice of colour for him.
Fastest selling Lamborghini ever
The Lamborghini Urus is the first modern-day SUV from the brand it has gained massive popularity around the world. In India, it has become the quickest-selling Lamborghini ever and the brand has delivered more than 100 units of the high-performance SUV in the country.
The Lamborghini Urus is based on the same platform as the other luxury SUVs from the Volkswagen group, like Audi RSQ8, Bentley Bentayga and Porsche Cayenne. However, the Urus is the sportiest of the lot.
The 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 petrol engine, which powers all these SUVs, is in its most powerful state under the hood of the Urus, with a maximum power output of 650 PS and a peak torque output of 850 Nm. This engine is paired with an 8-speed ZF automatic transmission. Prices for the Lamborghini Urus start at Rs 3.55 crore in India.