Aftermarket parts manufacturer Vorsteiner is set to offer a new carbon fiber body kit for the Lamborghini Urus.
Because it’s Lamborghini, the Urus is already a very aggressively-styled SUV. Carbon fiber front splitter lets to carbon fiber-trimmed air intakes which lead to a carbon fiber rear diffuser. Everything is sharp angles and big, broad presence.
Does the Urus need to be more aggressive in shape and stance? No, not really. Are we going to complain if a company wants to make it more aggressive? No, not at all.
Vorsteiner, a company synonymous with extreme body kits made from carbon specifically for already extreme vehicles, has recently announced that the latest vehicle to get their carbon touch will be the Lamborghini Urus.
What Vorsteiner has essentially done here is taken all the carbon fiber trims and accents that the Urus already had and then turned them up to eleven. The front fascia seems almost entirely transformed with larger, more prominent carbon accents around the enormous intakes. The front splitter has become easily twice as large as the original and now leads to carbon fiber side sills down the entire length of the body.
In the back, yet more carbon fiber can be seen accenting the rear vents, and the diffuser has also blown up as large as the front splitter. A new carbon fiber rear spoiler pairs with a rear wing for an even sportier look than before.
But the biggest change is the hood, which replaces the simple bulge of the original with a big extractor and some extra sporty lines. It almost looks like an import tuner from the late ‘90s.
And because Vorsteiner makes wheels too, the Urus gets a set of new carbon fiber wheels that lower weight and add intensity.
Performance remains untouched, which means there is still a 4.0-L twin-turbo V8 under the hood producing 641 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque. Zero to sixty is done in just 3.6 seconds on its way to a top speed of 190 mph.
Will Vorsteiner’s body kit make the Urus any faster? Probably not. But it’ll look faster, and that’s all that matters.