Mansory Venatus Evo S Engine, Performance, Top-Speed & 0-60 mph



Mansory Venatus Evo S is easily one of the world’s most powerful SUVs. The famous German car tuner, Mansory, recently bumped the specs of a Lamborghini Urus. Mansory’s last version of the Venatus Evo introduced an 820-hp power output, a forged carbon exterior, and a chrome interior. But this new limited-edition Venatus Evo brings plenty of aesthetic changes and significant performance improvements.

What’s New?

Mansory Venatus
Mansory Venatus

Mansory astonishingly modified the Lamborghini Urus in an attractive two-tone gray shade contrast on the outside adding to the sporty appeal. At the front, the Venatus Evo S features an overhauled bumper. It’s worth noting that both front and rear bumpers of this super SUV are made from a forged carbon fiber material. This series is also part of the brand’s “One in Ten” series called Venatus Evo S.

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Mansory Venatus
Mansory Venatus

Mansory equipped this Lamborghini Urus with a forged carbon bonnet with vents. These give the front fascia a stylish finish and help in cooling the engine. This luxury SUV also sits a set of aggressive 24-inch black wheels over the orange brake caliper. Along with the wheels, the Urus comes with forged carbon wing mirrors and forged carbon skirts, which help enhance the SUV’s aggressive profile.

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Mansory Venatus

Urus a high-performance luxury SUV is popular for having some of the most eye-catching interiors. Mansory took it a step further, and painted some components. This includes steering wheel, floor mats, and doors bright yellow with accents of white. The yellow/white color combination fills the entire interior, embellishing the seats, instrument panel, pillars, steering wheel, door panels, and transmission tunnel.

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Engine & Performance

Mansory Venatus
Mansory Venatus

Under the sporty hood, there lies an optimized variation of VAG’s 4.0L twin-turbo, producing 900 hp and 1099 Nm of torque. A special appreciation to the new turbos, a custom intake setup, and sport exhaust, now the Mansory’s Venatus Evo S can accelerate to 60 mph just in 2.8 seconds. Its new top speed is 200 mph.


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