Arden Tuned Range Rover Evoque

Range Rover Evoque

Arden has a new tuning program and it's for the new Range Rover Evoque. The project name, since this is a yet to be realized tuning project, is AR8 City-Roader. Arden is offering both styling and performance packages for the Evoque. The performance upgrades will include a boost to the 2.0-liter turbo gasoline engine, which will give it an increase of 30-horses.

This is thanks to a new sport exhaust system with a high performance catalyst. The styling package includes front and rear aprons, as well as illuminated side skirts. The Evoque will stand tall on huge Dakar II rims with a stainless steel plague that customers can have customized with their personal lettering. The interior will see the application of ARDEN E-Solutions, which offers audio, multimedia, and security. There's still no price for this project, but let's wait and see if it'll be made in the first place.

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