Fitting Lamborghini's famous design language into an SUV shape wasn't easy, but the team at the Raging Bull managed to pull it off with flair, making the company's first SUV a success. "Restrained" has never been a term used for Lamborghini's lines, but 1016 Industries widebody kit for the Urus walks a fine line, deftly adding to the SUV without going over the top. The South Flordia firm's kit adds 3.5 inches in width to the front and four inches to the rear, allowing for an even more aggressive stance. Each piece bolts directly to the factory mounting points, making it completely reversible, and are available in fiberglass, carbon fiber, and forged carbon fiber. Even more impressive are 1016's factory-warranty-preserving ECU tunes, with the stage one kit adding 140 horsepower and the stage bumping power up to 840 — 200 more than stock. The production run is limited to 50 units.