Mansory has done what Lamborghini hasn’t and turned the Urus into a 2-door coupe.
The German tuner calls it the ‘Venatus Coupe EVO C’, and production is limited to just eight units.
The company says that each vehicle will basically be a one-off, and no two SUVs will look the same.
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The team at Mansory started by removing the rear doors and replacing them with large air vents and massive wheel arches.
They also moved the B-pillar back 7.87 inches and made the front doors longer.
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After that, they fitted an extremely aggressive carbon fiber front bumper and a carbon fiber hood.
At the back, you’ve got a lip spoiler and a gigantic wing, and an equally massive diffuser.
Now, the Urus isn’t exactly understated but this is next-level stuff.
Soon-to-be owners had better get ready to have their picture taken at every light and every traffic jam.
Mansory clearly spent a lot of time on the interior, too.
The vehicle shown by Mansory features a lot of carbon fiber accents, thick blue leather for the upholstery and a bespoke headliner.
Then again, the Venatus Coupe is fully customizable and buyers can pick just about any color and material they want.
More to the point, Mansory really wants you to remember this is a coupe.
The word ‘coupe’ is debossed on the gear selector, printed on the steering wheel and the side steps, and embroidered in the seat.
Performance-wise, the Mansory Lamborghini Urus puts out 900 hp – nearly 300 more than the standard Urus.
The top speed is 200 mph and 0-60 is dealt with in just 2.9 seconds.
The company didn’t provide a price for the Venatus Coupe but it’ll almost certainly be outrageously expensive.
The Lamborghini Urus starts at around $230,000 and Mansory really did throw everything but the kitchen sink at this one.