Atelier Prior Design has presented a rather controversial styling kit for Lamborghini Urus

Atelier Prior Design has presented a rather controversial styling kit for Lamborghini Urus

January 9, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The tuner offers the Italian crossover a new aerodynamic body kit with wider wings, a convex hood and a huge diffuser.

Specialists of the German tuning company Prior Design have developed an aerodynamic body kit for the Italian Lamborghini Urus, with which the latter takes on a more “angry” look. The new crossover style may seem too pathetic for many, but it was ordered for itself by a German businessman and reality show star Robert Geiss, for whom he needed pathos.

 Prior Design’s Urus body kit is made of carbon fiber. It is worth noting wider wings, a powerful hood, a front splitter, a new radiator grill, wide side sills – all these elements of the updated exterior make the crossover visually larger.

At the rear, a new wing is attached to the top of the roof. A hefty diffuser gives the rear of the car a more aggressive look.

Rounding out the Italian Lamborghini Urus styling kit from Prior Design studio is a set of 24-inch wheels. They have Y-shaped knitting needles and glossy black trim. A set of 285/30 tires is “shod” in the front, and a wider 335/30 rubber is provided for the rear wheels.

The only mechanical upgrade to the car is the H & R suspension lowering kit, which makes the Lamborghini crossover a little lower. The standard 4.0-liter V8 with 641 horsepower (850 Nm) has not changed.

 Soon, the Italian company will present a more productive version of its crossover, which will also receive a more aggressive appearance. This performance of the machine must receive the Performante prefix. So far, there is no data on when such a version of the car can be presented.