Lamborghini Urus Isn’t Even Out Yet And Tuners Are Already Imagining Wide-Body Kits

While the styling of the Lamborghini Urus haven’t exactly been the world’s best kept secret, seeing the SUV wearing an aftermarket wide-body kit is certainly interesting.

There’s no doubt that there will be plenty of tuners scrambling to provide Urus owners with wider fenders, more aggressive front and rear spoilers, side skirts, custom wheels and so on.

In this particular instance, the body kit was put together virtually by designer Denis Mulyava, who teamed up with Russian tuning and design company Topkontur.

It takes everything we know and like about the regular Urus (we have a pretty good idea what it will look like), and dials it up to 1,000. We’re not sure about the gold wheels and the camo-wrap, but this beast definitely looks like something Tony Stark would throw at the Hulk.

Speaking of the regular Urus, Lamborghini is calling it the world’s first “Super Sport Utility Vehicle”, or SSUV – we’re wondering if that name will actually catch on. Either way, stay tuned December 4th for its official unveiling.


  • Andrey Bynzer

    Cool. Sales of Lamborghini will grow tenfold in Russia, after the start of sales of this model )

  • Six_Tymes

    OK, now this is crazy but Cool

  • Rocc E. Normyss

    “Ahhhhhhh… so many Ugg-are-eee!”

  • Tumbi Mtika

    You don’t even know what it wlll look like!

    • Denis Mulyava

      we know. we have already done such work many times.
      It’s just a concept for training.

  • Ozan uret

    hello who owns this car? i would like to buy. cash.

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