Posted on: Sep 15, 2011 | 1,693 reads

Frankfurt 2011: StarTech Range Rover i-Range

The incredible i-Range puts almost all other Range Rovers to shame.
From Frankfurt to your computer comes StarTech's latest unveiling at the 64th edition of Germany's premier auto event. StarTech, the UK division of Brabus, has boosted the power and speed of the Range Rover for debut at the event. Some incredible additions to the interior also give the i-Range a ride like none other. Thanks to a friendly supercharger, the SUV can pump out 510hp and hit a top speed of 140mph.
Frankfurt 2011: StarTech Range Rover i-Range
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The performance is helped a bit by some aerodynamic pieces and some new sets of wheel. The exterior additions to the i-Range include a more striking body kit complete with a rear spoiler, daytime LED headlights, foglamps and illuminated StarTech side panels. An aerodynamic rear apron and trailer hitch gives the i-Range a jack-of-all trades utility. A roof spoiler finishes the look, and it sits on a set of either one or two piece 22-inch wheels. The interior houses some awesome additions. A full home entertainment system is fitted in the rear.
It comes with TV screens and iPad compatibility, which give StarTech's Range Rover a movie theater feel. The car features a modem so it is effectively a wireless hotspot. The seats are covered in cognac-colored leather and are stitched in a contrasting gray. The center console is also something to behold. As a full control center for the SUV, it also has cup holders and a bottle holder for some chill bubbly. A hidden freezer sits behind the armrest. The incredible StarTech i-Range SUV should be available soon, although no official availability or pricing information has been released as of yet.
Frankfurt 2011: StarTech Range Rover i-Range
Frankfurt 2011: StarTech Range Rover i-Range
Frankfurt 2011: StarTech Range Rover i-Range



 
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