TopCar Design’s Take On The Lamborghini Urus

As far as SUVs go, the Lamborghini Urus is arguably if not the, one of the most spectacular model out there thanks to its aggressive looks and performance figures.

Unlike something like a Cayenne or even a BMW X6 M, the Urus stays faithful to Lamborghini’s supercar design philosophy, specifically the 2/3 body, 1/3 window ratio. It’s the same visual technique that was applied to models like the Aventador or the Huracan.

Of course, good enough or even great, hardly does it anymore in the upper end of the automotive industry, where customers want their rides looking beyond great (not that they always end up that way), which oftentimes means installing custom body kits.

This here is what Russian tuner TopCar Design can do for your Lamborghini Urus. As you can see, the mods are quite extensive, ranging from more aggressive spoilers to bigger wheels, chunkier side skirts, new rear diffuser, rear spoiler and multiple vent surround inserts – everything made from carbon fiber, of course.

This includes the custom hood, featuring a military textured “camouflage” interior trimmed with carbon-Kelvar fiber. According to TopCar, this is by far the kit’s most impressive component.

Pricing for the kit will be published next week, and you can be sure that none of the lightweight bits will come cheap, after all, this is a $200,000+ luxury/performance SUV, the likes of which has never been built before.


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  • Craig

    Designed by the part time staff over at Pep Boys.

  • TheBelltower

    Where to start? Who thought lime green calipers would look good on a dark green car? These guys should take a community college course on color composition.

  • Blade t

    I do like the dark green ….

  • b_digital

    dope look

  • FlameWater

    Only a matter of time before they put on a wing and call it a Performante

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