California tuners unveil cool Lamborghini Urus with carbon fiber and lowered suspensionOctober 12, 2020
The first crossover from the Italian automaker Lamborghini – Urus has visited the workshops of the Californian tuning studio RDBLA. The first thing that sets this Urus apart from the rest is the Desert Sand design kit.
The crossover gets an unusual “sandy” shade, which is associated with the spirit of the desert. A wide-body kit complements the effective image of the “Italian”. The kit includes new front and rear fascia and widened wheel arches. All this gives the Lamborghini Urus an even more aggressive look.
Not without carbon fiber parts. So, for example, the crossover gets an all-carbon bonnet. The look of the tuned Urus organically complements the massive 24-inch wheels, lowered suspension, custom-made rear diffuser and roof rack.
Recall that today Urus is equipped with a non-alternative four-liter V8 engine with twin turbocharging.
At the same time, it is known that Lamborghini is working on a hybrid version of the model, however, the company does not announce the specific dates for the appearance of new items.
A more extreme Urus performed by “Performante” has also been announced.
Earlier, tuning masters in Vietnam decided to create an unusual copy of the Lamborghini Aventador supercar. Its main feature is that it is made of cardboard. Only $ 500 was spent to create such a masterpiece.
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