Stop The Presses! Mansory Has Violated Another Lamborghini Urus
Well, that’s one way to scare the kids next school run.
Alas, another poor Lamborghini Urus has once again fallen victim to the stylings of Mansory. The German tuning company is known for its…interesting…bodywork on some of the world’s most covetable cars, including the Ferrari Roma, Porsche 911 Carrera, and Rolls-Royce Wraith.
While previous modifications to the Lamborghini Urus saw the SUV transformed into a coupe (because the marque didn’t have any of those before…), the latest Mansory creation takes a different approach. Known as the Mansory Venatus, the Urus is fitted with an aggressive body kit, including a wider bumper with a more pronounced front splitter, an apron with side blades and a multi-fin diffuser, sporty side skirts, and flared wheel arches.
Watching it leave is even weirder than watching it arrive, with a frankly bizarre rear treatment involving spoilers above and below the windscreen, three exhaust pipes, and a dramatic grooved diffuser. Rather than the usual 23-inch forged alloys, the Mansory Venatus sits on oversized 24-inch fully forged FD.15 wheels.
Oh, and the whole thing is an in-your-face shade of gold, something Mansory refers to as ‘Bronzo Zenas’.
To its credit, the tuner also ups the specs on the Urus, with the Venatus’s 4.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 delivering 662 kW and 1099 Nm (compared to 478 kW and 850 Nm). On the road, that translates to 0-100km/h in 2.9 seconds with a top speed of 324km/h.
A very efficient school run indeed.
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