As if owning one of Lamborghini Urus SUVs wasn’t exclusive enough, 1016 Industries is rolling out a limited edition, featuring a full carbon widebody kit. The company, based in Miami, Florida, announced just fifty will be produced and each will cost $350,000.
Called, appropriately enough, the 1016 Industries Urus, the vehicle features a full redesign on all sides. Up front, each SUV gets a two-piece front lip, full replacement race hood and front bumper forks and uprights. Widebody fenders are also installed on all four corners, enhanced with new fender vents and full replacement side skirts. At the rear, there’s a new trunk and roof spoiler, diffuser and carrier symbol (the piece between the taillights).
The cabin get upgrades, too, receiving a seven-piece trim kit that swaps out stock pieces on the doors, center console and dashboard.
Plug ‘N Play Pieces
All of the added components have been engineered by the up-fitter, which claims each piece is replaceable and removable, working with the existing OEM mountings, tabs, clips and other parts.
All of the parts come made in smokey forged carbon but customers can swap it out for either fiberglass or a traditional weave carbon fiber. Either a satin or gloss finish is available.
While the cosmetic-focused kit doesn’t include a performance upgrade, customers can tack one on. 1016 Industries is very proud to be the first company that offers two stages of performance upgrades that are non-invasive and non-warranty-voiding upgrades. Stage 1 brings output to 780 horsepower while Stage 2 brings 840 horsepower. The company claims during some recent testing a Stage 2-equipped Urus posted 11-second quarter-mile runs.
Another standalone option is a plug-and-play Engine Control Unit that allows customers to manage and control their engine performance via a phone app. Should they choose, they can also allow 1016 Industries to manage it remotely, making adjustments and log engine data.
Completed vehicles are available through the company’s international dealer network, with some twelve cars already being spoken for.