If you own a Toyota RAV4 Crossover but wish you could drive an expensive Lamborghini Urus SUV; the Japanese car tuner “Albermo” has got you covered with a new custom body kit that does “magic”. Yes, this special body kit literally turns the exterior “body” of a Toyota RAV4 crossover into a Lamborghini Urus SUV in a really convincing way.
Japanese car tuner offers custom body kit that transforms a Toyota RAV4 Crossover into a Lamborghini Urus SUV
We have been wowed in the past with many impressive crashed minivan transformations and so many unbelievable lucky cars that were brought back to life by several car tuners from around the world. What we are seeing, in a unique way for the first time, is a skillful and interesting body transformation of a Japanese Toyota RAV4 crossover model into an Italian luxury Lamborghini Urus SUV model.
According to reputable auto news sources, the Japanese car tuner, Albermo is currently selling this custom body kits in 3 pieces with the below respective prices;
- ₦503,400 ($1,291) – Lamborghini Urus-styled front bumper (unpainted)
- ₦29,300 ($75) – Honeycomb mesh (for corners of the car’s fascia)
- ₦284,700 ($730) – Revised rear panel
- ₦58,500 ($150) – 4-piece side moldings
Japanese car tuner Albermo can turn your Toyota RAV4 into a convincing Lamborghini Urus SUV with a custom body kit
From the above images of a finished sample, one can hardly deny the strong resemblance the customized Toyota RAV4 shares with the luxury Lamborghini Urus SUV when the Albermo body kit is fully installed. The only downside to this customization would be a huge difference in the overall performance of the customized Toyota RAV4 compared to the real Lamborghini Urus SUV. This is due to the fact that the customized RAV4 will retain its original 2.5-liter Atkinson 4-Cylinder engine together with the added electric motor that outputs only 302hp while the real Urus SUV’s engine outputs 641hp.
Check out this video below that reviews the performance of a real Lamborghini Urus SUV after a test drive;
The Lamborghini Urus tested on-road (and off) | Top Gear