Mansory's hobby is fine-tuning cutting-edge super-luxury automobiles. Its newest design goes further by transforming the four-door Lamborghini Urus into a two-door coupe with a lofty ride height.
The aftermarket expert spent a year and a half working on the project, and the finished product, the Venatus Coupe Evo C, saw significant changes. Mansory repositioned the Urus' B-pillar by 7.87 inches. The basic safety features of the front doors remain the same, and they get a Y-shaped wrinkle on the exterior.
The tuner also added enormous intakes to the sides and a new C-pillar intake decoration, as well as expanded the rear fenders. Not to mention the crazy body package that has been added to the vehicle, which offers the SUV an intimidating new front fascia, a massive wing, and a cluttered new diffuser.
The Venatus Coupe Evo C was modeled after Mansory's successful Venatus Evo S. The two-door model retains its 900 HP and 811 lb-ft of torque engine from before. According to Mansory, their Lamborghini Urus can sprint to 62 mph in under 2.9 seconds. A whopping 200 mph is its peak speed, which is an increase of 10.
With Mansory, you can personalize almost every aspect of the Lamborghini's interior. The tuner has set a goal to build 8 Venatus Coupe Evo C SUVs. Since the donor Lamborghini Urus starts at over $230,000 in the United States, the conversion wouldn’t be cheap.