0-62 mph now takes just 3.3 seconds.
Just last week, ABT unveiled its new tuning package that transformed the Audi RS Q8 into a 700-hp beast. It's one of several high-performance SUVs that have been taken to the next level by aftermarket tuners in recent months. Now, Keyvany has revealed its unique take on the Lamborghini Urus, giving the performance SUV a hardcore makeover and a substantial power increase. The Urus has been a massive success for Lamborghini with 8,205 units sold in 2019, so we're not surprised that aftermarket tuners are capitalizing on its popularity.
To give the Urus a more aggressive look and reduce the weight, Keyvany's modified Lamborghini Urus, aptly named the "Keyrus" has been put on a carbon fiber diet.
The factory front and rear bumpers have been replaced with new carbon fiber versions that combined with additional rear carbon components help to reduce the overall weight by 90 pounds. Massive side sills and carbon fiber front and rear fenders give the Urus a more aggressive appearance, while a new lightweight vented hood contains air inlets and outlets that help the SUV's 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine breath easier.
At the back, Keyvany has added a rear diffuser housing a pair of carbon fiber exhaust tips, a roof-mounted rear wing, and a trunk-lid spoiler. Because the Lamborghini Urus didn't look menacing enough already.
In stock form, this unit produces a hefty 641 horsepower and 626 lb-ft of torque, but Kevany has increased the power output to a crazy 820 hp and 811 lb-ft of torque. This substantial upgrade allows the Keyrus to accelerate to 62 mph from a standstill in 3.3 seconds, down from 3.6 seconds in the standard version.
To personalize the hardcore Lamborghini Urus even further, Kevany is also offering an extensive array of carbon fiber and leather interior options. Pricing for the Keyrus hasn't been announced, but the standard Lamborghini Urus starts at $200,000. If you can't wait for the rumored new hardcore Urus to arrive, the Keyrus could be a good alternative.