Widebody Lamborghini Urus Packs An 840 HP Punch

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Wait until you hear the quarter-mile time.

The Lamborghini Urus is already the world's first "super SUV" but that hasn't stopped aftermarket tuners from making it even faster. In stock form, the Urus produces 641 horsepower and 678 lb-ft of torque from a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 yielding a 0-60 mph time of just 3.6 seconds and a top speed of around 190 mph. Tuners like Novitec have taken the Urus and made it even faster, but this latest creation by 1016 Industries might be the most impressive example we have seen so far.

The Miami-based Carbon Composite Specialist has just introduced a new limited edition widebody upgrade kit for the Lamborghini Urus. At a total cost of $350,000 (for the vehicle plus the widebody kit and tuning), the 1016 Industries Urus is one of the fastest SUVs on the road.

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The transformation begins with a complete redesign of both the front and rear fascias made completely out of carbon composite material. It measures 100 millimeters wider in the rear and 87 millimeters wider at the front end, giving the Urus an even more aggressive stance. To quote 2 Chainz, "She got a big booty so I call her Big Booty."

And 1016 Industries hasn't just made visual improvements to the Urus without upgrading the performance. The tuner says it is the first to offer non-invasive and non-warranty-voiding power upgrades for the Urus. A Stage 1 kit offers an upgrade to 740 hp while the Stage 2 kit increases the output to 840 hp. During initial testing, 1016 Industries says its Stage 2 Urus ran the quarter-mile in just 11 seconds.

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Only 50 examples of this limited edition model will be built and 1016 Industries says all of the components are designed to use the factory mountings, tabs, and clips, ensuring they are replaceable and removable should owners ever want to revert back to stock. The full widebody kit is priced starting at $45,000 with other packages starting at $30,795.

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