The Lamborghini Urus is already one of the meaner looking SUVs on the road, but Vorsteiner has a body kit on the way that gives the utilitarian Lambo an even sharper edge. The tuning house will launch the parts in early 2019 but will take orders for the components now.
Vorsteiner's kit includes a more prominent lower splitter. The bigger changes are on the carbon fibre bonnet that gains a prominent extractor in the centre and additional sculpting in comparison to the stock piece. More prominent side sills and Vorsteiner's five-spoke wheels with V-shaped ends add visual weight to the lower portion of the SUV.
At the back, Vorsteiner offers a larger wing on the roof and accent to the spoiler on the rear hatch. There is also carbon trim for the outlets on the rear bumper. A much bigger diffuser with more prominent strakes surrounds the exhaust pipes.
Vorsteiner's modifications focus on the Urus' styling and leave its performance alone. Currently, the only powertrain option is a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 making 641 bhp and 627 pound-feet. An eight-speed automatic gearbox and all-wheel drive let the Lambo accelerate to 62 mph in 3.59 seconds, according to the company's official figures.
A high-performance hybrid option is on the way in the near future, likely in 2019. It'll still use a 4.0-litre V8 but with electric assistance that should have a total output of around 680 bhp and 626 lb-ft.
Lamborghini will also launch a one-make racing series for the Urus in 2020. The events in Europe and the Middle East will combine on- and off-road sections to highlight the SUV's all-terrain performance.