Sadly, we think they will too.
The Lamborghini Urus might split opinion when it comes to its looks, but no one can deny that this is a seriously capable machine that offers blistering performance. The aftermarket scene has taken to this exotic Italian super SUV in a big way, and many have tried to improve on its looks, sometimes with catastrophic results. The latest company to attempt a restyle of the bold Urus is none other than Mansory, a company that we enjoy a love/hate relationship with. Mansory is notorious for building over-the-top cars, and has worked on a Urus before, with mixed results. Mansory's latest creation, the extremely yellow "Venatus" is a step too far.
Looking like the unholy spawn of a radioactive wasp and a defective Transformer, the Venatus takes all the contentious aspects of the Urus' styling, and turns it up to eleven. Mansory offers a complete body kit that starts with an aggressive front bumper, carbon lip, and massive air intakes. A 14-piece widebody kit includes clear carbon side skirts, and the in-your-face rear diffuser features black triple exhaust blinds. The rear-end is finished off with a massive rear wing, and a less massive roof-top spoiler.
Mansory offers myriad individual styling parts for the Urus, including a vented hood, carbon intake vents, and engine covers. Wheel options range from the tame YN.5 24-inch fully forged alloys all the way to the bonkers CV.7 you see here, a 24-inch forged alloy with aggressive aero vents built into the wheel. There's an obvious black and yellow theme going on here, and Mansory has gone as far as to add yellow pinstriping to the wheels and hood vents.
On the inside, the yellow theme continues with diamond-pattern seats, and yellow everything. Even the air vents get a touch of yellow. To match the insane styling of the Venatus, Mansory also offers power upgrade kits, starting with the P745, which uses an ECU tune to step power up to 745 horsepower. The P820 gets a software upgrade, larger turbos, a sport exhaust system, downpipes and a sport air filter. The 820+ pushes power a bit further thanks to a catless system, and torque is pegged at 738 lb-ft. The interior can be decked out with a starlight headliner, carbon flappy paddles, and custom floor mats. We suggest going for the power mods, and leaving the Mansory styling alone. Oh, and did we mention that this car is very, very yellow.
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