Mansory Knows How to Ruin a Lamborghini Urus

It’ll take a while to recover from this gold-repulsive Urus.

In the world of car mods, we sure have our differences in taste. Still, we can all agree on how revolting Mansory’s work can sometimes be. Even the prettiest supercars can turn into a mess when this tuning firm lays its hands on them.

But although it hasn’t yet shown a new body kit design, Mansory recently launched its latest set of rims named the Ultimate FD.15, measuring 10×24-inch front and 12.5×24-inch rear. While the 24-inchers don’t look so bad, what’s more likely to ruin your day is watching how they are showcased on the tuner’s modified Lamborghini Urus, the Mansory Venatus.

As you can see, the German tuning house has gone quite Dr. Frankenstein with the Bull’s SUV. It features a ton of aero and wild styling elements, such as wider fenders, a Transformers-like front bumper, star-shaped exhaust, and even a ducktail spoiler. It also has a new hood, too-much rear diffuser, and uniquely redesigned side skirts. Mind you, the standard Urus wasn’t the prettiest-looking SUV to begin with, but Mansory manages to make it even worse.

Mansory Lamborghini Urus

But while the “normal” Venatus could look striking in its own way, especially in more neutral colors like matte black or gloss white, that’s still much more bearable than the bodypaint chosen to showcase Mansory’s new wheels. This time, the tuner finishes every exterior bit in a gold color named Bronzo Zena — the launch color for the Aventador SVJ Roadster.

And when we say “every exterior bit,” we mean it quite literally. Mansory painted its Venatus’ mesh grill, window surrounds, diffuser, and even the adaptive cruise control radar housing in gold, matching the color of its new wheels. As for the interior, it’s mostly dominated by white leather with black stitching, but you can find some carbon fiber bits around the dashboard and steering wheel.

That said, one thing you can’t hate about this gold Venatus is its tuned 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8, boosted from producing 650 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque on the standard Urus to 887 hp and 811 lb-ft. That extra power results in a 0-60 time of 2.9 seconds and a top speed of over 200 mph. Considering how gagging this thing looks, it’s a good thing to have that extra power to help you escape from the crowd quickly whenever you need it.

Mansory Lamborghini Urus

Overall, we think some of you may agree this might be Mansory’s worst Urus yet. But if you happen to like it, that’s okay too — after all, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. And, if you only care about the fully forged Ultimate FD.15 wheels, you can still get them in any other color you might want.

More details on Mansory’s website.

Gallery: Mansory Venatus


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