This Two-Door Lamborghini Urus Has All the Angles

This Two-Door Lamborghini Urus Has All the Angles

Mansory, a luxury car modification firm based in Germany, recently released details on its highly exclusive Venatus Coupé EVO C, a two-door modification of the four-door Lamborghini Urus. To say that this is a unique vehicle is putting mildly and, I dare say, it won’t appeal to all. That’s OK because Mansory is only making eight in total!

A base model Urus from the factory has 640 horsepower and a top speed of 189 mph. It will take you from zero to 62 mph in 3.6 seconds and costs well over $200,000. This is what Mansory started with and, once they were done, the new Venatus Coupé EVO C boasts 900 horsepower and 1,100 pound-feet of torque, moving from zero to 62 mph in a blistering 2.9 seconds.

Mansory Venatus Coupe Exterior Photos

This Two-Door Lamborghini Urus Has All the Angles

Mansory also made extensive body modifications, stripping the vehicle of its four doors, moving the B-pillar back and making room to extend the front doors. All standard safety technology was retained while making these conversions.

Additionally, the car was significantly widened around the side panels, and Mansory added massive side air intakes in front of the rear wheels. The company also installed an additional side air duct made of full carbon in the entire area of the C-pillar. Instead of the smooth lines found on the Urus, this new vehicle boasts a unique multi-faceted look and an angular, multi-bladed front fascia. There’s also a modified high-performance exhaust system with three exhaust tailpipes.

Mansory Venatus Coupe Interior Photos

Mansory Venatus Coupe EVO C

Though one publicity photo shows the Venatus Coupé EVO C with a bright blue interior, buyers can select their own colors, quilting and carbon design. You will find seat belts with the Mansory logo, Mansory sports aluminum pedals, leather floor mats, ambient light in the headliner and a start button relocated to the headliner. The company did not reveal details regarding pricing or availability.

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