Novitec has unveiled their take on the Lamborghini Urus that includes a lowering kit, widebody kit, and a lot more horsepower.
As of today at least, the Lamborghini Urus is the undisputed king of SUVs. With 641 horsepower and a zero to sixty time of just 3.6 seconds, there isn't a single faster SUV out there (although the Tesla Model X gets very close).
However, there's always room to improve. The mad geniuses at Novitec, a Geran luxury car tuner, decided to get their hands dirty with the Urus and see what they could come up with. And what they came up with was an even more insane SUV than the folks over at Sant'Agata Bolognese did.
Novitec now offers a selection of parts and upgrades for the Urus, including engine ECUs, body parts, exhaust upgrades, and more. We'll start with the engine bits since they're the most exciting.
Stage 1 provides the Novitec N-Tronic module which connects to the Urus' existing ECU and wiring harness for plug-and-play performance. This alone increases engine output to 747 hp and 706 lb-ft of torque and decreases zero to sixty time to 3.3 seconds.
Stage 2 adds a new stainless steel exhaust and a replacement cat pipe, boost power to 782 hp and 761 lb-ft. Curiously, Stage 3 actually provides less power than Stage 2, but it comes lower down on the engine's rev range.
From there, Novitec has a set of new aluminum wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires, a 1-inch lowering kit, and a few spacers to help with the other interesting upgrade, the widebody kit. This replaces the front splitter, side sills, and rear diffuser, while also inflating the front and rear fenders by four and five inches, respectively. This gives the Urus an even more aggressive stance than it already had, and all of it is finished in beautiful naked carbon fiber.
There are other exterior parts too, such as a roof spoiler and hood, both of which are also finished in carbon fiber.
Pricing wasn’t given on Novitec’s website, so you’ll have to call them to ask. Since the Urus itself starts at around $200,000, expect those prices to be expensive.