Tracks that merge with the “rhythmical and deep” 8-cylinder engine
Sant’Agata Bolognese, 14 December 2022 – Deep, and rhythmical: that’s the sound of the Lamborghini V8 engine as described by Alex Trecarichi and Mauro Mautone, internationally-renowned music producer and Lamborghini NHV complete car coordinator respectively, after they unveiled the third The Engine Songs V8 compilation, impressed this time by the sonorous pounding of Urus Performante1.
“The deep sound of drums: that’s the instrument that greater than some other represents the combustion impact of the V8 and emphasizes the motion of the pistons contained in the cylinders,” defined Mautone, starring along with Trecarichi within the third episode of The Engine Songs: Let’s Speak V8 video interviews.
Following the launch on Spotify of the 2 playlists that harmonize with the V12 and V10 engines of Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae2 and Huracán Tecnica3 on Spotify, the musical celebration of Lamborghini inside combustion engines continues with a brand new V8 chapter, impressed this time by sounds capable of emerge from even the bottom revs. The Urus delivers explosive torque as early as 2,000 rpm with its kettledrum and bass drum sounds that pound incessantly and more and more because the velocity crescendos.
“To create the playlist, as at all times I began from the evaluation of the fundamental frequency of the engine,” defined Trecarichi, creator of the trilogy The Engine Songs along with the Lamborghini sound engineers. “Within the case of Urus, the parameter that returned was 50 hertz, matching the important vibrations of drums. So, an vital portion of the playlist needed to be represented by rhythm.”
By as soon as once more making use of the formulation of the Fourier Rework and with the assistance of synthetic intelligence, the three expressive levels of the Urus 8-cylinder engine (idle, cruise and high velocity) as soon as extra discovered their corresponding sound in a complete of 24 tracks to take heed to whereas accelerating, downshifting, curving and braking, augmenting the motive force’s emotions of engagement and reward which might be studied all the way down to the smallest element when designing Lamborghini engines.
When idling, the Urus Performante engine sings in C, the identical tonality as the electrical salsa of Un gitano perdido by Gabriel Dominguez. At 4,000 rpm, the vibrations match G, from which the soul of Boogie Fever is unleashed. At 7,000 rpm, the syncopated D SHARP of White Lies and their Is my love sufficient? rises.
It’s a marriage between engine and music that after once more with the V8 The Engine Songs is interpreted in accordance with the ideas of psychoacoustics: the science that bridges suggestive emotion and sound physics to rework the expertise behind the wheel into emotion and creativeness.
“Driving Urus Performante with The Engine Songs taking part in within the background makes you wish to journey northward with no exact vacation spot,” stated Trecarichi, together with his creativeness wandering.
“I, alternatively, imagined a rally monitor deep within the inside of america, having enjoyable on the wheel with my greatest mates,” concluded Mautone.
The brand new Performante model of Urus has turn out to be a degree of reference in its phase because of the setting the report for normal manufacturing SUVs on the Pikes Peak route in Colorado, posting the time of 10:32:064: 17 seconds lower than that of the earlier report holder.
On present in its dynamic guise for the primary time on October 20 on the Vallelunga racetrack in Rome, with its energy raised to 666 CV and decreased in weight total, it affords the perfect weight-to-power ration within the phase. It develops 850 Nm of torque at simply 2,300 rpm, speed up from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.3 seconds and attain a high velocity of 306 km/h.
Gasoline consumption and emission values of Urus Performante; Gasoline consumption mixed: 14,1 l/100km (WLTP); CO2-emissions mixed: 320 g/km (WLTP)
 Gasoline consumption and emission values of Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae; Gasoline consumption mixed: 18.0 l/100km (WLTP); CO2-emissions mixed: 442 g/km (WLTP)
 Gasoline consumption and emission values of Huracán Tecnica; Gasoline consumption mixed: 14,5 l/100km (WLTP); CO2-emissions mixed: 328 g/km (WLTP)