The Urus has an especially flamboyant interior laden with buttons that make it look like something out of an alien spaceship. It has an engine stop and start button hidden behind a dramatic red flap, paddles behind the wheel for changing gear and a chunky reverse selector.
Besides its regular Sport, Corsa and Strada driving modes, the Urus comes with three more modes for off-roading, confusingly labelled Sabbia (sand), Terra (land) and Neve (snow).
The Urus also uses 23-inch wheels and the biggest brake discs on any production car, which make the brakes stunningly effective.
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