The prayers of the "countless“Lamborghini Urus owners have been heard! Finally the German tuner has Wheelsandmore from Baesweiler buttoned the Italian and donated it Sport Utility Vehicle among other things a significant increase in performance. And that is absolutely necessary! After all, the factory-set 650 PS and 850 Newton meters of torque are so slow that the Urus needs an infinite 3,6 seconds to sprint to 100 km / h. And the value of 200 km / h is even more catastrophic. This takes almost 13 seconds and that with an empty weight of just 2,2 tonnes in an off-roader "^^. Ok, this is where our irony ends. One would actually think that the Urus (is based on the Audi Q7, Bentley Bentayga, Porsche Cayenne) with its 4-liter V8 biturbo is already adequately motorized. But "fortunately“There are always people who Learn more want. And that includes the team at Wheelsandmore GMBH & CO. KG. They have 3 different upgrades at the start to give the bull more power.
Performance increase in 3 stages
And with the possibilities of Wheelsandmore, a visit on site is not even absolutely necessary. The components can be partially installed yourself without extensive conversion measures. The tuner has a very easy to install additional control unit at the start and the reprogramming of the control unit is relatively simple. Already with Stage 1 the tuner achieves a performance increase of 125 HP and 100 Nm torque. If you add another 200 cells to sports catalytic converters, the engine power is considered Stage 2 increased by an additional 15 HP / 15 Nm. The full program is available via Stage 3, Here are the catalysts against replacement pipes exchanged and already the Auroch with 808 HP and 972 Nm of torque blows to attack. And of course you have also come up with something regarding the acoustics.
10,5 × 23 and 12,0 × 23 inch forged wheels
Wheelsandmore has a throughput optimized Flaps Exhaust System available for the Urus, which from March 2020 even with a ECE approval comes. But if you already want a sports exhaust, you can use an unauthorized export version. And finally, you also show some individuality visually. However, as usual, reserved. Wheelsandmore has forged aluminum in the dimensions 10,5 × 23 and 12,0 × 23 inches at the start which can be installed with the well-known UHP tires from Continental in the format 295/35/23 and 335/30/23 without additional bodywork. And so that the wheelset fits snugly in the wheel arch, the Italian can easily install it Plug and play module persuade the factory air suspension to lower the millimeter. And even with a smartphone APP. If we receive timely information on further changes not previously mentioned, there is of course an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new, you will be informed immediately. We hope you enjoy viewing the pictures.
These are the details of the Lamborghini Urus from Wheelsandmore:
- Performance increase:
- of 650 PS and 850 Nm torque using an additional control unit or programming from the control unit
- Level 1 additional 125PS and 100Nm torque
- Stage 2 with 200 cell sport catalytic converters for a further 15PS / 15 Nm
- Stage 3 with catalyst replacement pipes on 808PS and 972Nm
- optional: throughput-optimized flap exhaust system (from March 2020 with ECE approval, or export version
- forged rims in the dimensions 10,5 × 23 and 12,0 × 23 inches (UHP tires from Continental in sizes 295/35/23 and 335/30/23)
- Lowering by means of plug-and-play module via smartphone APP
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808 HP in the Lamborghini Urus from Wheelsandmore!
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