German tuning company Mansory is known among car enthusiasts as the creator of some very controversial body kits for all sorts of expensive vehicles such as the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, Porsche Cayenne, and even the Ferrari F12.

With this being said, its latest creation is no different and will surely turn a lot of heads when going down the road in a crowded city, although I'm not certain everybody will have very nice words to say about it.

Called the Mansory Venatus, the over-the-top SUV you can see in the photo gallery embedded below is based on the blisteringly quick Lamborghini Urus and boasts an in-your-face gold colour that's reminiscent of the Italian automaker's Bronzo Zenas colour.

Gallery: Mansory Venatus Lamborghini Urus In Bronzo Zenas Style

Featuring huge 24-inch fully forged FD.15 wheels that measure 10x24 inches in the front and 12.5x24 inches at the rear, the German-modified performance SUV also boasts a white leather interior that will be loved by everyone except parents of young children.

In stock form, the Lamborghini Urus is powered by a petrol-burning 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine that makes an admirable 657 bhp and 627 pound-feet (850 Newton-metres) of torque, which enables a 0-60 miles per hour (0-96 kilometres per hour) sprint in 3.3 seconds for base S variant and in 3.1 seconds for the Performante version.

However, Mansory can improve these figures for those who think a 2,100 kilogram (4,700-pound) SUV should be as quick as a squirrel on steroids, with the power output raised to 900 bhp and the torque upped to 811 lb-ft (1,100 Nm), resulting in a higher top speed of 200 mph (323 kph).

Obviously, except for the unrestricted sections of Germany's Autobahn, as well as a handful of no-speed-limit roads and a few race tracks in the world, this kind of speed is impossible to achieve anywhere else, but it does bode well in a game of top trumps.