Is that you, Urus Evo?
The Lamborghini Urus rocked the supercar world when it entered production in 2018, and not just because it was a Lambo SUV. With 650 horsepower (485 kilowatts) from its twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 powering all four wheels, this sizeable people mover could rival proper supercars to 60 mph and reach 186 mph flat out. It hasn't changed since its debut, but changes are coming.
The latest evidence for that is a Urus with a manufacturer number plate carrying some interesting test equipment on the back. The clip comes from Varryx on YouTube, presumably from Lamborghini's slice of Italy near Sant'Agata Bolognese. As far as spy videos go, there's nothing hidden by camouflage wrap or clever coverings. This Urus looks like a completely normal model you can buy right now, but then it passes the camera and we see two microphones fastened to the rear, aiming towards the dual exhaust tips on each side of the fascia. Interesting.
Source: Varryx via YouTube