Most major car tuners have aftermarket parts for the Lamborghini Urus on their shelves, and now it’s Wheelsandmore’s turn to take a shot at modifying the beastly Italian super SUV.
In spite of the company’s name, we’ll leave the ‘wheels’ for last and focus on the ‘more’ part, which is represented by a significant bump in power. Offered in a three-stage package, it includes a remapped or new ECU, catalytic converters and new exhaust system for the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8.
With the new components up and running, power grows to 808 PS (797 hp / 594 kW) and 972 Nm (717 lb-ft) of torque, in the most potent offering. By comparison, the stock Urus puts out 650 PS (641 hp / 478 kW) and 850 Nm (627 lb-ft), and the newfound muscle makes the tuned SUV more powerful than the Aventador SVJ, Sian and pretty much every series production Lambo out there.
As for the pricing part, you’re looking at €2,521-€5,469 ($2,783-$6,038), plus another €4,029 ($4,448) for the exhaust system in Germany. For the plug-and-play suspension module that allows users to adjust the ground clearance by tapping on their phones, using the dedicated app, you’ll have to shell out another €1,679 ($1,854).
We promised we’ll leave the ‘wheels’ part for the end, and here we are now, looking at the 10×23-inch front and 12×23-inch rear, shod in 295/35 and 335/30 Continental UHP tires respectively. This oversized set of rims costs a cool €9,999 ($11,039) – thus, if you add everything up, you will end with a grand total of €21,176 ($23,379), or about the same as a brand new Ford Fiesta ST in Germany.