The Lamborghini Urus is arguably the most ridiculous sports crossover on earth. That’s until you look at a Urus modified by Mansory, however.
First presented to the world at the Geneva Motor Show, Mansory’s Lamborghini Urus is dubbed the Venatus and turns up the SUV’s insanity dial to 11.
First things first; the bodykit. In traditional Mansory fashion, the tuner didn’t hold back in overhauling most of the Urus’s external parts, fitting it with new front and rear fascias, flared wheel arches, bespoke side skirts, new wheels, and an optional rear wing. The Urus Venatus featured is bathed in gorgeous gloss black paint that’s been offset by a series of carbon fiber parts and red accents.
One of the craziest parts of the SUV is the exhaust system that’s similar in shape and design to the exhaust of the multi-million dollar Apollo Intensa Emozione.
When the vehicle was presented in Geneva painted in a stealthy shade of matte grey and complete with orange accents, we thought it looked horrendous. After watching this video, we’re actually quite fond of the new exterior parts as they add some aggression and when the SUV is painted black, don’t look too over the top.
Beneath the skin, no modifications have been made to the Urus. Consequently, it is still powered by a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine. In standard form, this engine delivers 641 hp and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm) of torque although the new exhaust may have increased those figures just a touch.
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