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MANSORY transforms the Lamborghini Urus Into the ultimate performance SUV
Complete vehicle conversion
Special painting in "blue matt" with accents in “neon green”
All carbon parts in "stealth-carbon
Full leather interior in the colour "blue" with accents in “neon green”
Power increase to 810 PS and 1,000 Nm
Performance: Vmax 320 km/h and 0-100km/h in 3.3s
Without a doubt - MANSORY is the epitome of luxury car refinement since more than 30th years now. And with the "MANSORY Venatus", based on the off-road sports car Urus from the Italian sports car manufacturer Lamborghini, the company based in Bavarian is once again recommended as the first address for sporting accessories, exciting body design and complete vehicle conversions.
The company with its more than 250 employees presents itself nowadays as a modern automobile manufacturer with its own team of highly qualified specialists. Design, modelling, production of the ultra-light carbon parts in modern autoclaves – everything happens inhouse.
Based on this facts MANSORY also completely reworks the aerodynamics of the Urus "in-house". The result is an impressive wide-body styling in combination with optimised aerodynamics with increased downforce for enhanced cornering performance.
The front of the "MANSORY Venatus" is upgraded with a completely new carbon front. The ultra-light carbon bonnet with additional cooling air outlets completes the redesign of the front end. New MANSORY side skirts ensure that the design language is continued on the sides and also make the "MANSORY Venatus" look significantly stronger, but also lower and more elongated. To reduce the lift on the rear axle, the MANSORY technicians developed an attractive spoiler mounted on the tailgate and new roof spoiler - both also completely made of carbon. In addition, a new rear bumper with diffuser skilfully sets the striking tailpipes of the sports exhaust system in scene. Numerous carbon components such as trim strips, mirror housings and air intake panels add further striking highlights, some of which are accentuated with neon green accents.
One of the technical highlights of the “MANSORY Venatus” refinement is the 24-inch light-alloy wheel type "CV.7 Air" in black. The ultra-light forged wheel combines both, sportiness and technical elegance. The 7-spoke design also allows optimum
ventilation of the brake system and emphasises the wheel's dynamics. The wheel and tyre combination in the XXL dimensions 10x24 inch and 12.5x24 inch with 295/30R24 and 355/25R24 tyres fill the front and rear wheel arches harmoniously either.
The heart of the vehicle - its V8 twin-turbo engine - also got extensive modifications. The scope of the "P810" engine upgrade includes a new engine management system, a sports rear silencer with downpipes and a high-performance "cat200cell" catalytic converter. Thanks to this modification, the "MANSORY Venatus, is now able to generate the extremely impressive performance data of 810 hp (standard: 650 hp) and a torque increased to 1,000 Nm (standard: 850 Nm). The corresponding performance data: Vmax 320 km/h and 0-100km/h in 3.3s. Alternatively, the "MANSORY Venatus" can also be ordered in a version called "P745". After a mapping the ECU by the MANSORY engineers, the corresponding data are: 745 HP and 960 Nm.
The interior is done – in line to the exterior design – completely in blue leather. The neon green accents of the exterior are also found in many places in the interior. For example, the edging of the floor mats, the seats, the centre console, the dashboard and the sports airbag steering wheel are accentuate with “neon green”. Individually embroidered floor mats, the use of carbon and covering almost all surfaces with finest leather and Alcantara set further accents in the interior manufactured by master craftsmen. MANSORY quality as its best.
Further information about this vehicle and all MANSORY refinement programs can be found on the website: www.mansory.com
CO2 emissions (combined); 325 g/km
Fuel consumption (combined): 14,1 l/100km
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