Mansory, a German luxury car modification company, recently revealed details on its highly exclusive Venatus Coupé EVO C. With a two-door version of the four-door Lamborghini Urus.
The base model Urus has 640 horsepower and a top speed of 189 mph. It will accelerate from zero to 62 mph in 3.6 seconds and will set you back well over $200,000. This is where Mansory began, with the result is the new Venatus Coupé EVO C. Which has 900 horsepower and 1,100 pound-feet of torque and can accelerate from zero to 62 mph in 2.9 seconds.
The vehicle’s four doors were removed, the B-pillar was shifted back, and the front doors were extended as part of Mansory’s extensive body modifications. These conversions kept all of the standard safety technology.
Other modifications include new side panels for the body that were welded into the existing body structure, doors with a 3D arrow design, and carbon fibre side air ducts. Importantly, Mansory claims that the car’s current safety features were kept.
The Urus has been expertly converted into a two-door coupe by Mansory. But the overly intricate detailing on almost every body panel takes away from the car’s overall sporty appearance.
Customers will be able to choose the interior colour of Mansory. Users can also expect that some of them choose something more attractive than the garish blue seen here. The front seats were to be redesigned with a folding mechanism to improve access to the back seats when it was converted to a two-door vehicle.
Lamborghini Urus Interior Design
Mansory provides a wide range of customization options for the interior of the Lamborghini. This illustration has a black trim, a teal cabin, and white stitching. For passengers to access the two rear seats. The tuner also added a folding mechanism to the front seats.
It defeats the Urus’s purpose to convert it into a two-door SUV, but Mansory wouldn’t have made it if there wasn’t a market for it. The aftermarket specialist intends to build 8 Venatus Coupe Evo C SUVs, proving that this isn’t a one-off. The company did not specify the cost of the Urus conversion. But given that the donor Urus starts at almost $230,000 in the US, it does’nt look it will going to be cheap.