The name of the game here is P810. What it adds to the 4.0-liter V-8 biturbo revolves around a new engine management system, a sporty rear silencer with downpipes and a new high-performance catalytic converter.
The power increases from 650 HP (641 HP) to 810 HP (799 HP). The same applies to the torque: Mansorys Venatus generates a torque of 1,000 Newton meters (737 pound-feet), a significant increase compared to the standard torque of 850 Newton meters (627 pound-feet).
As a direct result, the steroid Urus Venatus can reach a top speed of 330 km / h and only takes 3.3 seconds to reach 0-100 km / h.
There is more. If the coordinates of the Mansory P810 treatment seem too obscene, you can opt for the P745. In this way, it is spoiled with just 745 hp (735 hp) and 960 Nm (708 pound-feet) of torque.
Mansory calls this new treatment “full car retrofitting”. What we can say immediately is that it is a carbon fiber filler. At the front is the entire SUV kisser made of carbon fiber, including the bonnet.
The side skirts are also made of carbon fiber, as is the tailgate spoiler. To make up for that, Mansory installed a second spoiler that ends the roof of the Urus, and you guessed it, that’s as much carbon fiber as the rear diffuser. The body treatment is rounded off by a series of neon green parts and locks, including the side mirror housings and various air intakes that are distributed over the body.
In the event that the standard Urus wheels are too small for your taste, Mansory can provide you with a set of black-lacquered 24-inch light alloy air rollers CV.7. They shouldn’t just show, yes. Mansory says they also improve brake ventilation.
As for the interior, it is made entirely of blue leather in line with the exterior design. Well, of course it is. Neon green accents also found a way to access mats, seats, the center console and the steering wheel.
There is a lot of carbon fiber in the cabin and in Alcantara, but the blue is still too overwhelming. And now, for some reason, Eiffel 65s Song Blue (Da Ba Dee) is on the back of our heads.
Mansory is the tabloid of the tuning world. At least one of them. We certainly like that it gives the Lamborghini Urus a lot more power, but the visual treatment inside and out is just over the top.