Whoever says that the SUV of Sant’Agata isn’t utilitarian enough has obviously not seen the Lamborghini Urus rescue car that was recently spotted leaving the automakers headquarters.
Despite its front, rear and roof add-ons we are still not sure the Urus rescue car would be our first choice in an off roading companion but that wasn’t the logic for the testing of the Huracan Sterrato in Europe over winter and to be fair, it looked rather capable of the challenges it was presented with.
The video which was filmed by Varryx on YouTube shows the Urus rescue car with a few add-ons that aren’t factory options, for the time being at least. Considering it did venture out into the wild with the Sterrato prototype in February, this is the first time we have caught wind of the modified model which gives us a clear indication of what is updated from the standard model.
Included in the upgrades are front and rear steel bumper guards painted in black, with the rear capable of an exterior mounted full size spare wheel. This includes a winch installed onto the front bumper which by some cosmetic scuff marks, seems to have been put to use before as a nudge.
We can’t imagine this Urus rescue car would be able to reach the 305 km/h top speed since an enormous rack sits atop the roof which undoubtedly creates as much drag as a brick at speed although its livery is as striking enough to make up for this. Finished in black with neon yellow stickers atop, the livery even adorns the rims while Rescue Car is plastered on the sides. To back this up, the roof rack also includes a host of light bars which are pointed in each direction.
Considering the Urus has just hit 20 000 units, we can imagine that some owners may become slightly more adventurous with their intentions and take a page out of Lamborghini’s book.