With full carbon-fiber body kit.
The Lamborghini Urus is the Italian automaker's first luxury SUV offering and competes with the likes of the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and Audi SQ8. From the factory, this car already looks pretty out-there, and its design has split opinions across the automotive industry, but you can't argue that it's something completely fresh and different.
As is the case with most performance cars these days, there are already a number of body kits designed for this Italian exotic, and SCL Global, a body kit specialist out of Russia is one of the latest companies to offer a full-body transformation for this car.
SCL Global is no stranger to transforming high-end luxury vehicles. It's body kits for the Lexus LX and RX certainly got tongues wagging. The Russian tuning house is more than comfortable altering the hard work designers spent thousands of hours on perfecting. From the pics, we can see a radically altered Urus covered in a gold/green hue which accentuates the vast number of swoops and cuts in the bodywork. The front is accentuated by a large splitter and the hood gets a deep reverse vent and smaller air intakes on the upper left and right-hand side.
The side profile now shows off a set of aggressive side skirts that blend in seamlessly with side vents. We also dig the fender flare lips.
The rear end of this unique build features a subtle rear wing, but the main focus is placed on the aggressive rear splitter which cradles the quad exhaust exists.
SCL Global states that the kit is compromised of 42 individual parts which totally transforms the exterior of the Urus. The main areas of focus include the hood, rear bumper with diffuser, front bumper, as well as the rear end and the replacement of the front fenders. This exclusive kit is constructed out of carbon fiber in accordance with the parameters set by the aviation industry and can withstand temperatures well above 225 degrees Fahrenheit. SCL Global has restrained themselves, and the end result is one badass Lambo.