Here’s how you can make your Toyota Harrier look Lamborghini-ish

Lamborghinis and Ferraris have been the subject of replication of late. Some do a decent job at it, some just turn out completely awful. This “Lamborghini Urus-inspired” Toyota Harrier body kit is neither.

That’s because its creator, Craftech of Japan, only bothered to replicate the front end of the Lamborghini SUV. As for the rear section, there’s nothing that shouts Lambo, with the exception of the prominent rear diffuser and fake exhaust outlets!

The Toyota Harrier body kit consists of 5 pieces including a front bumper, front grille cover, side steps, and a rear spoiler. The kit is made entirely of fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP) in Japan.

The 3-piece front end alone will set you back ¥240,000 (approx. RM9,300) but if you’re mad enough to opt for the entire conversion, you’re looking to spend ¥380,000 (approx. RM14,000).

Locally, the Harrier has been on sale since early 2018. There are two variants available – Premium at RM234,510 and Luxury at RM256,396.00. Both are powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine paired to a 6-speed automatic, with 228 hp and 350 Nm.

The latest Toyota Harrier, on the other hand, was introduced in Japan in April this year. The turbocharged engine has been axed in favour of naturally aspirated engines.

Now, there’s either a 2.0-litre naturally-aspirate engine with 171 hp and 207 Nm or a more powerful 2.5-litre hybrid powertrain with a combined 218 hp. There’s also an all-wheel drive hybrid model with E-Four technology with a combined 222 hp with the aid of a rear-mounted electric motor.



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