Mansory has recently come up with a sporty aftermarket program for a car worth huge praise – the 2013 Range Rover.
They’ve festooned the mighty British SUV with a staggering carbon fiber kit consisted of a front bumper with built-in daytime running lights and larger air intakes, brand new hood crafted from carbon fiber, with ventilation shafts and a drastically redesigned front end fitted spoiler lip and radiator grille made also from carbon fiber.
The car has also been widened by 60 mm thanks to brand new side skirts and a carbon fiber rear spoiler with integrated diffuser. In addition, the car has also received a sports exhaust system, additional carbon fiber components like C-pillar cladding, mirror housings, roof spoiler, air outlets in the front doors and a rear lip. The car’s ride system has also been modified to a set of 22-inch alloys wrapped in 305/35 ZR22 ULTRAC VORTI gums from VREDESTEIN.
Inside, Mansory is able to provide all sorts of color combos, as well as exquisite materials – Alcantara, wood, carbon fiber, piano lacquer finish etc. The floor mats can also be had personalized, as well as the leather interior and decorative stitching.
In terms of performance, the output of the 4.4-liter LR-SDV8 engine can be boosted by 70 HP (51 kW) and 70 Nm (51 lb-ft) of torque, reaching the outstanding figures of 409 HP (301 kW) and 770 Nm (568 lb-ft). According to Mansory, a sturdier upgrade is also in the works, expecting to deliver a dazzling 650 HP (477 kW) and 800 Nm (590 lb-ft) of torque.