German tuner DMC has just unveiled what their take on the Lamborghini Urus will look like, as well as what it will be able to do once you floor the throttle. The results, it seems, are fairly spectacular.
To start off, power has been boosted from the 4.0-liter twin turbo V8’s stock 641 HP (650 PS) and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm) of torque all the way to 800 HP (811 PS) and 674 lb-ft (914 Nm), helping you get to 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 3.3 seconds.
Visually, the fenders have been extended by 60 mm (2.36 inches) on each side, meaning this Urus is wider by 120 mm (4.72 inches) than your “average” Lambo crossover. The tuner feels that this width is significant without being too over the top.
In order to achieve that, each arch had to be divided into 3-4 sub-panels, all following the Urus’ original body split lines. Also, each panel is made out of AirCell, a material that’s “amazingly strong” yet consists of 95% air – it’s already being used in the aviation industry.
At the front, customers can choose a carbon fiber hood that’s been re-engineered with two vents. You can have it both painted as well as exposed, either version weighing less than the factory hood.
Other mods include the custom trunk spoiler and the custom wheels. The latter can be had either as 22s or 24s and if required, the rims can even be painted individually. There’s also a performance exhaust system, which is said to improve throttle response while also further lightening the load on the car.
As for pricing, the wide body kit alone will set you back $9,980, while the whole package (kit, wheels, carbon elements, exhaust and ECU tune) is $59,990. And yes, DMC will also take care of your needs with regards to interior modifications, although they don’t have anything to show us just yet.