Of all the high-performance SUVs on the market today, Urus is undoubtedly the most polarized. On the one hand, purists hate it because they see it as a product of Lamborghini, which was sold out and succumbed to market trends. However, after-sales customization service providers cannot obtain enough platforms, because the extra clearance and increased body panels provide more sources of real estate, allowing them to perform their magic.
Take the Urus commissioned by Harrison Woodruff as an example. It is called “Green Urnet” and is woven with fully customized emerald-colored carbon fiber, with a focus on “Storm Gray” painting work. More importantly, it has been extensively modified by 1016 Industries. In addition to its eye-catching new aesthetics, it also significantly improves its weight, stiffness, and aerodynamic performance. Under the hood, Woodruff brought a special Gintani engine tuning to the Audi-derived twin-turbocharged 4.0L V8, which further increased the power of 150 horses, with a total output of more than 800 horsepower. Most importantly, it provides custom exhausts designed by Voodoo Industries, internal carbon fiber trim, and RFS Motorsports star lighting kit. As a result, this car is too clumsy and only Lamborghini can do it. Click here for more details about Urus Green Urnet.