Mansory rolls out a coupe-shaped Urus
A year and a half ago, German tuner Mansory revealed that it was receiving requests from customers to produce a two-door modification of the Lamborghini Urus. It now turns out the company has been working on the project all along – and here is the result.
Dubbed the Venatus Coupe Evo C, the lively SUV lacks rear doors and has its b-pillar moved 200 mm (7.9 in) towards the rear end. The latter enabled stretching the front door by the same amount for convenience.
The rear arches were boldly flared and equipped with large air intakes, and ornamental trim pieces were applied to the c-pillars. Like the standard Venatus model that debuted a while ago, the Coupe Evo C has a front splitter, a rear diffuser and a large rear wing made from carbon fiber.
The whole cabin space looks is dominated by a vivid teal trim only mildly reined in by the white stitching and rare black accents. That said, nothing prevents you from ordering your own interior design. Oh, and you have to fold down the front seats in order to access the ones in the back.
From the technical point of view, it is a normal Venatus Evo S spec – if you consider 900 PS (888 hp / 662 kW) and 1,100 Nm (811 lb-ft) of torque normal, that is. The standard sprint time is 2.9 seconds, and the top speed is 323 km/h (200 mph).
Only eight such cross-coupes will be made in total, Mansory says.
Editor Andrew Raspopov