With a $20,000 bike on the roof.
The Lamborghini Urus is the Italian supercar manufacturer's first attempt at a luxury SUV and has proved to be quite the success story, with international demand remaining high, despite the worldwide pandemic. It is well-known that this SUV performs like a bat out of hell, and numerous tuning companies have made even faster examples, but it also shines in the looks department. RDB LA, a tuning shop based in California has taken a stock Urus and turned it into a widebody desert racer that will look equally as comfortable on the streets of LA than in the Mexican desert.
Underneath the Desert Sand wrap hides a widebody kit from 1016 Industries that accentuate the overall muscular look of the Urus. The kit consists of a fender arch set, side skirts, a front lip, rear diffuser, roof spoiler, and trunk spoiler. Not only have these body upgrades been added, but RDB LA has also left a few of the car's carbon-fiber exterior parts uncovered for some extra street cred. The roof rack and 24-inch wheels are obvious additions, and the entire package sits on lowered suspension. In a video posted by RDB LA, this unique creature can be seen cruising the streets of LA in all its glory
To make this ride look even more exclusive a carbon fiber bicycle has been mounted to the roof. This Pinarello F12 racing bike features a 3D-printed saddle, single-piece carbon fiber frame, and handlebar and can be picked up with only a pinky finger. The cost of this bike? A trifling $20,000. The Lamborghini Urus shares its 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine and MLBevo platform with other high-end performance cars such as the Bentley Bentayga and Audi RS Q8, and the performance figures are truly astounding. The Urus develops 641 horsepower and will hit sixty miles per hour in just 3.6 seconds.