840-HP Widebody Lamborghini Urus: For When a Normal Urus Is Just Too Subtle
More is more.
As if the 641-horsepower Lamborghini Urus wasn't flashy or powerful enough, Miami-based tuners 1016 Industries has introduced an aftermarket kit that not only adds a carbon widebody to Lambo's hot-selling SUV, but can also be had with an ECU tune that lets it make up to 840 horsepower. Introverts and those who know the meaning of the word "subtlety" need not apply.
The body kit features redesigned front and rear ends that measure 87 and 100 millimeters wider than stock, respectively. Customers can choose to have their automotive appendages made from fiberglass, carbon fiber, or forged carbon and also have the choice of a satin or gloss finish. In case circumstances or tastes change (life moves fast for Urus owners, y'know) 1016 Industries says every one of its parts are replaceable, removable, and have been engineered to fit perfectly onto the car's original body panels, tabs, and clips fuss-free.
Also fuss-free are the power upgrades which the tuner says are "non-invasive" and won't void any warranties. A Stage 1 upgrade can be had which boosts the big Lambo to a healthy 780 hp but the real fun, we suspect, lies with the 840-hp Stage 2 ECU. With that equipped, 1016 Industries says the Urus will cover the quarter-mile in just 11 seconds.
In case you find all of this a little...offensive, you'll be happy to know that it'll be very unlikely you'll actually see one of these cars out in the wild since just 50 kits will ever be sold. For the 50 Urus-owning folks out there looking for a little more out of their Lamborghini SUV, a full widebody kit starts at $45,000. Hopefully, the Instagram likes will be worth it.
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