Jacques Bermon Webster II, better known as Travis Scott, is known for his pretty damn cool car collection that includes the likes of a Bugatti Chiron, a Lamborghini Aventador and Hurucan, and a Ferrari 488. But his Lamborghini Urus, an Italian SUV that has been decked out with plenty of custom bits and pieces, is potentially the most interesting part of his collection depending on who you ask.
The Urus was introduced to the public in 2020 while he was doing partnerships with companies such as Nike and McDonald’s, and despite his Astroworld issue, he seems to be still on the up. Attorneys aren’t cheap, so I don’t think it will be too much longer until he sells some of his cars to cover his loss, but until then, we can appreciate the mods he’s done to this specific car.
Modified by West Coast Customs
The Urus, named the Cactus Jack Urus, was built by West Coast Customs and features the trademark mocha brown paint he has on a lot of his cars. What makes this car special is the Mansory kit it’s been fitted with.
Mansory is a German aftermarket company that specialises in bodykits for luxury cars, and each of its kits turn the dials to 11. But this kit is even more special with it being specifically designed for Travis and built from carbon fibre before it was exported to California where it was fitted. Custom ‘Cactus Jack’ wheel caps were then fitted to the centre of the aftermarket wheels for the finishing touches. This logo was also plastered onto the brake calipers.
“Travis is like, we’ve got to get that full carbon crazy kit. I’m like Trav, that’s in Germany. He’s like call them, let’s get it,” said Ryan Friedlinghaus, West Coast Customs founder, when asked about the kit.
According to Road Niche, the modifications alone cost the artist $665,000, on top of the cost of the car which sits somewhere in the low $200,000s.