The luxury SUV doesn’t really need an aftermarket package. Do you think Mansory cares?
The Swiss tuner’s outrageous Carbonado program for the Lamborghini Aventador was one of the tuning highlights of Geneva 2013, and Mansory’s latest aftermarket package based on the 2013 Range Rover is likely to be just as divisive. A carbon-fiber body kit features a sporty front bumper spoiler that boast larger air intakes and built-in DRLs sets the tone, a new ventilated hood, spoiler lip and radiator grille. New side skirts have widened the Range Rover by 60 mm, and the back adopts a carbon-fiber rear spoiler with integrated diffuser.
Other visible carbon parts include a roof spoiler, rear lip, C-pillar cladding, front door air outlets and mirror housing. Chassis upgrades include a sports exhaust system, 22-inch eight double-spoke alloys, and a 45-mm lowered suspension, while performance upgrades appear to be limited to the Vogue’s 4.4-liter V8 diesel unit, which gets a sports air filter and optimized ECU for new output figures of 409 hp and 568 lb-ft of torque. Mansory is also working on an upgrade that will boost output to 650 hp and 590 lb-ft. A completely bespoke interior is the final part of the package. Customers get to choose from Alcantara, leather, carbon fiber, piano lacquer and ornamented wood to pimp out their cabin with.