Which is about 1% for a ~3 minute track .. not that impressive. But you might be right about the different feeling in daily driving. The STO also feels quite different to the EVO in that regard.The S>Perf sounds similar to the S8>RS8. For me I wanted the carbon options like the carbon bonnet so it made sense to jump up to the Perf.
Btw, here's a clip of the Perf lapping at Nardo. According to the driver "the Performante is about 2sec quicker than the standard Urus at this track" which means nothing to 99% of U buyers but I think driving dynamics will be much sharper than the S.
And i am sure you are also right that 99% of the buyers don't care (i don't). I think they will actually prefere the more comfortable version with air-suspension.
I don't think we are. My guess is they released the Performante before the facelift on purpose, just as a money grab.If all as you say, then hard not to agree - need to see the final specs, but performance doesn’t sound too different at all. The air suspension could be the better option for road driving as well & the Urus is hardly a track focussed car!
if you’re not a fan of the carbon bonnet or roof then seems little point in paying the extra cash for the Perf, but perhaps we’re missing something?
And later on they will release the facelift without a big announcement and hope the Performante buyers won't notice so they don't get upset it's basically the same car for less money.
I really hate what lambo is doing here, but at the same time i am glad, because my waiting periode for the Urus (Facelift) would have been longer than for the Performante