Does the Lamborghini Urus need to look even more aggressive? Mansory certainly thinks so, and they came up with a unique example called Venatus that just screams ‘look at me’ through its pores.
So let’s do that: at the front, the Italian super SUV sports a new bumper with wide air intakes. The hood has been restyled to include some air vents, there are weird creases in the front fenders, wider wheel arches and aftermarket side skirts.
The rear end design of the Urus Venatus is even more radical. The bumper looks restrained compared to the gigantic diffuser, which incorporates three central-mounted exhaust tips. The stock roof-mounted wing has been replaced by a larger one and the boot lid features another wing, with the Italian flag on the sides. Aside from the carbon parts, the Urus has blacked-out taillights, orange accents that contrast the matte grey exterior and 24-inch wheels.
The cockpit hasn’t escaped the tuner’s wrath either, and gets a lot of orange accents on most visible surfaces, in addition to their logos embossed into the seats and headrests, plus carbon fiber inserts. The ‘Mansory’ side sills greet users upon opening the doors while the ‘Venatus 1/1’ plaque is just another indicator that this Urus is one-of-a-kind.
Mansory hasn’t touched the engine and they didn’t need to, as the 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that powers the Italian SUV produces a healthy 650 PS (641 hp / 478 kW) and 850 Nm (627 lb-ft) of torque.
If for some reason you feel like you haven’t seen enough of the Mansory Venatus 1/1, then you can stop by their 2019 Geneva Motor Show stand to check it out in person. Or you could do that from the comfort of your home/office by scrolling down to our image gallery.