Widebody Novitec Esteso Hopes You'll Forget About the Lamborghini Urus SE

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Photo: Instagram | novitecgroup
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Novitec has been on a roll recently, and after unveiling quite a few modified high-end machines, they have now checked yet another Lamborghini Urus S off the list.
Yes, we know it's not the Urus that is on everyone's lips these days. That would be the SE, if you missed it, which is a plug-in hybrid version and the punchiest member of the family. However, you shouldn't confuse punchy with fast, as the Performante is still the most agile variant.

The renowned tuner has done a great job with this Lamborghini Urus S. The vehicle features the usual add-ons on the outside and a few other bits and bobs, and it looks quite good, especially with a gold touch and several blacked-out elements, doesn't it?

If you look at the front bumper, you will see a few inserts, including that fresh chin spoiler attached to it. Novitec has also made the exotic crossover look more muscular by giving it fender flares and a pair of new side skirts linking the front and rear wheel arches together.

For a more menacing appearance, the stock hood was replaced with a new one that has a vented design. The front fender trim carries over, and from what we can tell, the mirror caps were replaced. This Urus S sports additional upgrades at the rear, like the more pronounced tailgate spoiler, a roof wing, and a different diffuser.

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Photo: Instagram | novitecgroup
New tailpipes with a rectangular shape are also visible out back, and the new Y-spoke alloys contribute to the aftermarket makeover. The fresh wheels have a center-locking design, and the Raging Bull logo is on them. They sport Pirelli P Zero tires, just like the OEM wheels, and have a black finish, which works perfectly with the vehicle's golden exterior and black accents.

Several aftermarket components have a naked carbon fiber look, and a single image of the interior the tuner released on social media shows what appears to be new trim on the dashboard. Elsewhere, this vehicle appears to carry over with the same stuff as the stock one, and that likely includes the power, too, as there is no reference to the V8 motor.

Albeit two-tenths of a second slower than the Performante, the Lamborghini Urus S utilizes the same engine in the same configuration. The 4.0L twin-turbo V8 develops 657 hp (666 ps/490 kW). The thrust is rated at 627 pound-foot (850 Nm) of torque, and from 0 to 62 mph (0 to 100 kph), it needs 3.5 seconds. That's one-tenth slower than the new Urus SE (PHEV). Keep the right pedal pinned to the floor, and the model will keep pushing up to 190 mph (305 kph).

The Urus S starts at the equivalent of $245,000 in the United States and just under €200,000 (~$213,500) in Europe.

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About the author: Cristian Gnaticov
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After a series of unfortunate events put an end to Cristian's dream of entering a custom built & tuned old-school Dacia into a rally competition, he moved on to drive press cars and write for a living. He's worked for several automotive online journals and now he's back at autoevolution after his first tour in the mid-2000s.
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