Lamborghini Urus in yellow and black side by side

Why does the Urus have strange color names?

Lamborghini Urus color options

Do you want to know what colors are available for the Lamborghini Urus? We will go into all the Lamborghini Urus color options, we will even discuss what each color name means. Learn about the interesting connection the Urus has to Greek mythology through its color options.

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Lamborghini Urus Bianco Monocerus color

Bianco Monocerus

Translation: This one is interesting. Bianco means white in Italian, but Monoceros (slight spelling difference) is not Italian at all. In fact, it’s a Greek mythical creature, with the body of a horse, the head of a stag, the feet of an elephant, and the tail of a wild boar all with one horn. It’s similar to a unicorn but more elaborate.

Giallo Auge

Translation: This time we have two languages. Giallo is Italian for yellow, but Auge isn’t Italian but rather Spanish for boom. In short, this color is yellow boom. Given the other colors though, Auge likely refers to a minor character in Greek mythology.

Lamborghini Urus Giallo Auge color
Lamborghini Urus Grigio Lynx color

Grigio Lynx

Translation: Grigio is Italian for gray and Lynx is the same in both English and Italian. A lynx is a species of wild cat known for their pointed ears. They can feed on animals many times their size, and they are known for carefully stalking prey. They also played an integral role in Greek mythology.

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Blu Eleos

Translation: It may come as no surprise that Blu is Italian for blue, but for Eleos we’ll have to dive into Greek mythology again. Once again, Eleos is Greek, but this time it’s an obscure god known for pity, mercy, clemency, and compassion.

Lamborghini Urus Blu Eleos color
Lamborghini Urus Nero Helene color

Nero Helene

Translation: If you’ve looked through any Italian color options before, then you likely know that Nero means black. Helene is a little more obscure. It’s likely a form of the name Helen which could make it a reference to the play Helen by Euripides. This would make her the famed Helen of Troy.

Blu Astraeus

Translation: Once again Blu means Blue in Italian. For Astraeus, we have to turn back to Greek mythology again. This time Astraeus is an astrological deity known as the titan-god of dusk. Fitting for such a deep blue color.

Lamborghini Urus Blu Astraeus color
Lamborghini Urus Verde Hebe color

Verde Hebe

Translation: Verde is Italian for green. Hebe on the other hand is once again connected to Greek mythology. Hebe is the goddess of youth. If you want some more popular Greek character to cling to, then know that Hebe is the daughter of Zeus and Hera.

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