Onyx Releases the Range Rover Evoque Rouge


Onyx Concept from Ireland has released a new conversion kit for the Range Rover Evoque.

Onyx has just released the first renderings of their latest aftermarket program for the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque. The Evoque Rouge Edition features a very thorough conversion kit but lacks any added power to its gasoline or diesel engines. The Range Rover Evoque Rouge Edition features new front and rear bumpers (the latter receiving an integrated diffuser), ventilated hood, side skirts, enlarged wheel arches and carbon fiber trim pieces in the front grille, vents and pillars.

The rear-end features a spoiler and some interestingly-square tailpipes. A 16-piece carbon fiber trim kit is installed on the interior, along with a carbon steering wheel and loads of Nappa leather. It sits on a set of new forged wheels. Trevor Musgrave, the CEO of Onyx, says that ten units have almost finished production and within 4 weeks they will be heading around the world for presentation, with an official launch scheduled within in the next 6-8 weeks.

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