Range Rover Mk4 Mystere by Hamann

8 Jun 2013 9:10 pm | Cars, Land Rover

The world of SUVs knows a continuous growth, on an exponential scale in fact. This sort of cars may seem to ensure better safety, may even express power in a better, proper manner, but it’s all related to individual opinion. However, SUVs are currently bombarded by tuning brands worldwide, many of them being drastically bettered. The German folk at Hamann have unveiled a new, glamorously appointed Range Rover Mark 4, which they’ve named Mystère.

This project may not seem new to many, as it was officially presented at the 2013 Geneva Auto Salon in Switzerland, back in March, but there’s actually something new to it – it has been made available for order. By far the most compelling thing you notice is the paintjob – a lively, chrome-tinted pink body wrap, which Hamann describes as being “a color that exhibits nothing more but self-confidence”.

The fabulous kit also comprises a wide-body kit consisting of a front bumper with multiple air vents and LED daytime running lights, redesigned rear-bumper, hood scoop, fender extensions with side skirts that match the idea, adding 80 mm (3.2 inches) to the width of the car, and ultimately smoked taillights and headlamps. There’s also a new front grille, alongside a set of brand new 23-inch alloy wheels shod in 305/20/23 tires. Customers may also ask for a lowering suspension module which lowers the ride height by up to 1.6 inches (40 mm), interior upgrades ranging from personalized leather upholstery to all sorts of trim, and a sports exhaust system with quad tailpipes.

According to Hamann, a performance-related set of upgrades may be introduced, soon, for the V8 engines, but it’ll be seeing light during the months that follow.