So Lorenzo not only obtained a unique unveiling of his brand name-new Urus at Sant’Agata Bolognese, but also toured the company’s lately expanded carbon-fiber facility and the creation line for the future Revuelto. He described the experience as “wonderful” and “just about mystical.” Useless to say, I would also be astonished by so lots of Lamborghinis, in particular the vintage gems in the company’s museum.
As for his 2023 Urus S, Lorenzo went with a somewhat unassuming colour combo. Regardless of getting a wide palette of flashy hues to pick from by way of the Advertisement Personam system, the motorcycle legend opted for a Nero Helene exterior and a Nero Ade interior with Giallo Taurus highlights. I guess that’s why he describes the SUV as “discreet,” a phrase I would not use on any Lamborghini, no make a difference the nameplate. “I required a correct sports vehicle, but also a little something discreet, and I imagine the Urus S has everything,” Lorenzo claimed upon looking at the vehicle.
Even though it may possibly be his to start with Lambo SUV, the Urus is not Lorenzo’s very first car carrying the “raging bull” badge. The Spanish rider also owns a 2019 Aventador SVJ 63 Roadster, a confined-edition supercar commemorating the company’s basis 12 months. The fall-prime was confined to only 63 models and was one of the most highly-priced Lamborghinis ever constructed.
Now five several years outdated as of 2023, the Urus rocks a twin-turbo, 4.-liter V8 rated at 657 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque (666 ps and 850 Nm). It needs only 3.5 seconds to hit 60 mph (97 kph) from a standing start and hits a best pace of 190 mph (305 kph).
Jorge Lorenzo commenced his MotoGP vocation with Yamaha in 2008. He invested no less than 8 yrs with the Japanese crew, profitable a few environment championships in 2010, 2012, and 2015. The Spaniard moved to Ducati in 2017 and put in his past MotoGP period at Honda (2019). With 203 starts off, 47 wins, and 114 podiums, Lorenzo is the fifth most prosperous MotoGP rider of all time as of 2023.
Right before becoming a member of the leading bike championship, Jorge received two back again-to-back again 250cc championships with Aprilia. In 2022, Lorenzo joined the Porsche Supercup as a guest driver in addition to a total-time location in the Porsche Carrera Cup Italia. Yup, he’s no stranger to four-wheel racing.