Aggressive body styling meets a bespoke interior in the latest tuning project by Startech.
As part of the Brabus Group, Startech have decent credentials when it comes to tuning projects and their latest work debuted recently at the 2011 Dubai International Motor Show. Refining the new Range Rover Evoque, Startech aimed for a sporty-elegant design by fitting custom-tailored black five-spoke 21-inch forged alloys and a sport exhaust system, and lowering the ride height by 35mm virtue of Startech sport springs. A host of high-class interior options are naturally also included.
Newly-shaped fasciae replace the production bumpers; at the front it's been given prominent air inlets and a 'floating' spoiler, and Startech tailpipes and integrated diffuser feature at the rear fascia. The 2.0-liter SI4 gasoline engine remains untouched but a performance kit is in the works. The interior, on the other hand, has a new set of accessories such as a sport steering wheel and aluminum pedals, and special requests can be accommodated in terms of the upholstery. In the finest leather and Alcantara and with a choice of wood or carbon-fiber trim the cockpit can be made ultra-luxurious or simply sporty, with any color or design desired.