Yes, it will do the job nicely. Based on some quick impressions, though, all the gizmodry of adaptive air suspension and torque vectoring works. Take a hard corner and Urus feels tight and quick. The tyres grip with a vengeance and you can hold some really sharp lines without dialling in too much steering. It’s also eery how it counters body roll. On Pune’s Oxford Golf Course road, you’re welcomed by a series of hairpin bends, and as we went through them, the Urus always felt car like. The steering is very quick and responsive but it is a bit, umm, Audi. In that, you get a good feel and great responsiveness, but you’re very aware of the electronic assistance in the process. You get the result you want but it’s not as unfiltered as you’d want it. A major surprise, though, is the ride. While our drive took the Urus through mostly well-paved roads, a few rough patches showed that even with the optional 23-inch wheels, it’s comfortable. The ride isn’t jittery or too stiff, even in Sport mode. That said, potholes will still have to be taken with care and this isn’t a machine for roughhousing.
| 7 months ago
Yes off course this car is suitable for Indian speed breakers. This car have a different modes and because of that Urus is suitable for mountains also. so that means Urus is suitable for Indian roads also. No problem this suv gives best results on Indian roads. 👍 ☺
| 7 months ago
Yes off course this car is suitable for Indian speed breakers, this car have a different modes and because of that it can be also suitable for mountains.. so that means this car is suitable for Indian roads and speed breakers also. 👍