The upcoming 2018 Lamborghini Urus has been partially revealed, likely through human error, in the company's latest preview video for the upcoming crossover.

Following the 'Sabbia' and 'Neve' videos over the last few weeks, the new 'Corsa' clip showcases the Urus's track-focused driving mode.

In the clip, you can see an uncamouflaged Urus in the central infotainment screen, while part of the interior is revealed in the wide shot of the central display.

The image of the vehicle (top) combines elements of the Urus concept and the Aventador S's revised fascia, giving the Lamborghini crossover an imposing face.

A sharply-raked roofline slopes into the tailgate, while massive alloy wheels fill the arches of the digital Urus. How this translates to the vehicle in the metal is yet to be seen, but going by the camouflaged prototype (above) it looks fairly accurate.

What's also news is a first look at the Urus's interior. The video shows part of the centre console along with the speaker housings and the digital instrument cluster.

The Bang & Olufsen sound system features speaker fascias with Lamborghini's tri-star motif drilled in, a shape that appears in numerous areas of the company's vehicles including the LED signatures in the head- and tail-lights.

Stay tuned to CarAdvice for our coverage of the Urus's reveal on December 4.