Feel free to disagree, but we think that if there ever is a stock vehicle crying out for a widebody kit, it might just be the Lamborghini Urus.
Compared to other SUVs, the Urus is already pretty wild. However, we’d argue that it looks pretty tame compared to other Lamborghini models such as the Aventador or even the Huracan. Evidently, Los Angeles tuning shop RDBLA also thought along the same lines…
The video below details the build process of two Urus SUVs which were outfitted with a widebody kit from 1016 Industries. The clip does jump back and forth between some other things which RDBLA is working on, but it is the two Lambos that are the most impressive.
The bodykit consists of flared wheel arches made entirely from carbon fiber, but for these two recent Urus builds, the shop wrapped parts of the arches to leave only a small area of forged carbon exposed. In addition to the arches, the white Urus featured is sitting on a set of huge, 24-inch aftermarket wheels and has had its orange turn signals in the headlights blacked out.
Other modifications include customized side skirts, also made from forged carbon, and a bespoke brushed satin white pearl wrap. There is also a new exhaust, a bespoke rear bumper, and a forged carbon diffuser. What is particularly interesting about this widebody kit is that no cutting whatsoever is required, meaning it is totally reversible.