The name stands for From Russia With Love.
Ural’s identity crisis continues with its latest limited edition, which features a number of James Bond-themed design cues like a 12V power outlet disguised as an eject button, and satin-grey paint which harks back to the Aston Martin DB5.
The outfit also features diamond-stitched upholstery, chrome and stainless trim, halogen driving lights – and for some reason – badges declaring the names of “the most successful Russian female operatives”.
Just 35 units will be built, and it has yet to be confirmed how many, if any, are allocated for Australia.
Speaking of, two Ural models are currently offered in Australia, starting with the cT from $23,290 plus on-road costs, and the off-road focused Ranger which is priced from $26,490.
In 2015, Ural released its Dark Force model which featured Star Wars-inspired components.
Perhaps even stranger was last year’s Ural Air, which came complete with a DJI Spark drone.
To each their own.
Spencer has a keen eye for hard news, and does some of his best living on deadline day. He loves more than anything to travel on his motorcycle, and is adamant that Melbourne Bitter is a world-class lager. He also knows how to operate the big computery thing in the office. By night, Spencer plays guitar with Melbourne punk outfit LOUTS.