24-inch wheels and an abundance of carbon bits have been hurled at the luxury SUV.
Mansory has unveiled its ambitious take on the all-new Land Rover Range Rover, and we can't imagine that the British marque will be too thrilled with the final result. After all, Jaguar Land Rover's Chief Creative Officer previously lauded the "impeccable restraint of [the new Range Rover's] exterior" when the luxury SUV was revealed back in 2021, and Mansory is about as synonymous with impeccable restraint as Ferrari is with churning out affordable city cars.
The new Range Rover's exceptionally clean surfacing conveys an impression of solidity and timelessness, but that can't be said of the Mansory Range Rover. Although not the most extreme design to come from the tuner, this Range Rover's carbon fiber add-ons, 24-inch wheels, and fender extensions have created an SUV that will appeal to an entirely different kind of buyer.
The combination of the gold-/bronze-colored paint with the black upper body and detailing actually contrasts quite nicely, and Mansory hasn't gone overboard with the changes to the front fascia, including a new front bumper lip, dark grille mask, and air intake cover. But there are other overly aggressive touches that conflict with the luxury persona, from the ventilation inlets on the hood to those rather tacky fender extensions and bold side skirts. The Type FD.15 light alloy wheels are finished in black, but despite measuring 24 inches, they don't completely overwhelm the body - this is a large SUV that measures almost 200 inches in length, after all.
At the back, there are quad exhaust outlets and a massive diffuser. Two spoilers - a subtle one just below the rear window and a much larger one above - have completely changed the vehicle's personality, and not necessarily for the better.
Being Mansory, it couldn't resist giving the Range Rover a performance boost. The combination of a Mansory PowerBox and a four-pipe high-performance exhaust setup has raised the BMW-sourced twin-turbocharged V8's outputs to 612 horsepower and 627 lb-ft of torque; in the USA, the stock V8 produces 523 hp and 553 lb-ft.
Mansory claims a 0-62 mph time of 4.3 seconds. The shorter 0-60 sprint will be even closer to four seconds, whereas the stock model can do the same in as little as 4.4 seconds. That's a modest increase in performance for the benchmark sprint, but those large 24-inch wheels could be impeding the SUV's sprinting times.
Finally, we come to the opulent interior, and here Mansory offers various options depending on the customer. The entire cabin can be finished in high-grade leather, carbon inlays can be equipped, and Mansory logos can adorn new floor mats and aluminum pedals. A leather-carbon sports steering wheel is also available.
If you want a new Range Rover that's as far removed from the sophisticated SV Lansdowne Edition as possible, this Mansory version does the job.
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