The Long wheel base Range Rover Autobiography is one luxurious ride, and pretty popular as well. However, the tuning specialists at Vilner decided they could improve upon it an added some carbon fiber to the SUV. Aside from the aesthetic impact these modifications have had, they also enable the 5-liter V8 petrol engine hiding under the bonnet to release its full potential of 510 hp (375 kW).
The tuner replaced the plastic exterior accents with identical handmade elements from carbon fiber; the same thing happened to the frame around the radiator grille and side strips, which connect the front and rear doors. The Carbon Pack provides the new Range Rover with the same treatment for the mirror caps, part of the front and the rear bumpers. Brand’s name Range Rover on the front and back covers.
The menacing look of the Range Rover has been further accentuated by the new glossy and matte black 21-inch alloys. Owners will probably enjoy the additional sound system, but I’d rather listen to that exhaust growl.