The Lamborghini Urus is extremely dramatic, especially compared to other SUVs on the market. But the German tuning company Keyvany didn’t think it was quite as striking as it should be, so how does a full body kit and 820hp sound? It’s called the Keyrus, and its spec sheet is full of large numbers.
820 was the first big number of the day, but let’s first talk about its body kit. Its wheels sit at 24 inches and are covered by exposed carbon fibre angular wheel arches. The front fascia has also had the carbon treatment, meaning it’s not only incredibly intimidating with its huge front air intakes, but it’s shed 34kg from its overall kerb weight over the front wheels. The rear sees a loss of 41kg, too, despite the addition of one hell of a diffusor. It’s large, but we’re not so sure it has any effect on the overall downforce of the car. Still looks good, though.
The twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8 has been tuned to produce the aforementioned 820hp, and 811lb-ft of torque means it can rocket from 0 to 62mph in 3 seconds flat and if you keep the accelerator pinned, it will hit a 202mph top speed.
Check out the Urus in the video below: