Give your Italian super SUV even more dramatic looks.
1016 Industries, a Florida-based tuning company, has provided us with a first look at its new kit for the Lamborghini Urus Performante and Urus S. The offering builds upon its existing kit for the standard Urus, but adds more aggression to match the Performante's enhanced capabilities.
As such, the Urus Vision 2.0 sports a revised hood with forged carbon and air vents. The fender flares have also been changed, and there's a new front lip that pairs well with the updated front fascia. The body kit lends the Italian SUV even more presence, thanks to the wide-body flare package that adds 4.72 inches of width to the vehicle.
The kit, which is now available to order, includes the aforementioned bits as well as a rear diffuser. But it doesn't stop there - 1016 Industries has many more parts to choose from and a quick look at the company's website unveils all sorts of accessories.
A trunk spoiler ($3,850), mirror caps ($2,085), and symbol holder ($1,755) are just some of the components buyers can choose from. It's worth mentioning, however, that these prices are based on the existing Urus Vision, and not the Vision 2.0 seen here.
Pricing is yet to be revealed for the new kit, although 1016 Industries has said that preorders are privy to special pricing. We can look at the existing model to give us an idea, though. Fully equipped, the Urus Vision kit will set buyers back $81,673 in carbon fiber and $90,330 in forged carbon.
It's certainly not cheap but, when you consider the Performante's starting price of $260,676, we're guessing buyers in this segment will think nothing of spending another $90,000 or so. Of course, we can also expect a set of large wheels to be included in the package.
There's no mention of engine upgrades, but with 657 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque served up by the twin-turbo 4.0-liter, the Urus Performante already has the bite to match its new-found bark.
Should you tire of the look - or choose to sell your Urus one day - the kit is entirely reversible and requires no cutting, therefore preserving the Urus' factory bodywork.
Wealthy customers aren't just paying for the name and look. 1016 Industries puts plenty of effort into developing high-quality kits that transform an already incredible supercar into a mind-blowing one. According to company founder Peter Northrop, it's all about making a great car even better.