The new Mansory Venatus is a Lamborghini Urus fitted with a head-turning aerodynamic kit and benefitting from a hefty bump in power.

Painted in matte blue with neon green accents, the tuner's take on the Urus dons a carbon-fibre splitter, bonnet, side skirts, rear spoilers (one each for the roof and the tailgate) and a diffuser housing a unique tri-star exhaust outlet.

The use of carbon is further extended to the side-mirror housings, air-intake panels and wheel strips for the 24-inch CV.7 Air ultra-forged alloys painted in black. The seven-spoke design of these wheels allow for improved airflow to braking components.

The outlandish appearance continues inside, where bright blue leather and Alcantara upholstery with neon green piping and accents is found. The headlining receives the same colour scheme but is accentuated by means of a unique pattern of LEDs.

As for power, the twin-turbo 4,0-litre V8 gets increased outputs of 596 kW and 1 000 N.m of torque (standard, the Urus delivers 478 kW and 850 N.m). This is achieved thanks to the fitment of a new engine management system, a sports rear silencer with downpipes and a high-performance "cat200cell" catalytic converter. The result is a claimed 0-100 km/h time of 3,3 seconds and a top speed of 320 km/h.

In addition, Mansory offers a package that takes peak outputs to 548 kW and 950 N.m.

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