By changing the car’s front design and adding a bold body kit, the “ordinary” SUV has transformed into the Lamborghini Urus – an iconic super SUV.

The custom job was done by Pasion Auto, a car accessories store in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. They modified the front design of the Honda HR-V, added a body kit, and replaced the original off-road wheels.

It’s worth noting that instead of importing components from abroad like recent car modifications, Pasion Auto designed and built everything in-house. The result is a Honda HR-V with the style of a Lamborghini Urus, making it a one-of-a-kind vehicle in Vietnam at the moment.

The original grille, fog light housing, and front bumper of the Honda HR-V were completely replaced with a custom-made body kit by Pasion Auto. However, the LED headlights remain unchanged. The side panels were enhanced with vertical side skirts, and the rear of the car was adjusted to appear more sporty. To complete the Lamborghini Urus-inspired look of the Honda HR-V, a set of sporty wheels and Toyo Open Country A/T off-road tires were added.

To achieve this unique modification, the team at Pasion Auto worked on it for 45 days. Not only did they focus on changing the exterior appearance, but they also hinted at future breakthrough upgrades for this “Honda Urus.”

Aside from the aforementioned modifications, the Honda HR-V retains its 1.5-liter turbocharged engine, similar to the Civic and CR-V models, but with slightly lower power output at 174 horsepower and a maximum torque of 240 Nm. It is paired with a CVT transmission, offering a fuel consumption of approximately 6.7 liters/100 km in mixed driving conditions.

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Photo: Pasion Auto