Range Rover Widebody by Startech

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Unique body kit adds enough width for a set of 23-inch alloys.

Startech is following up its aftermarket package for the Range Rover unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show with a widebody kit it plans to reveal this week at Frankfurt. At the front, the 4x4 receives a more bullish look thanks to a new fascia and spoiler, LED DRLs and tiny LED fog lights. Fender flares above the wheel arches and at the rear add 45 mm to the width of the Range Rover, and a new rear fascia comes with integrated diffuser housing a stainless-steel sport exhaust.

All that extra girth allows for a monster set of 23-inch Monostar S alloys, while a new suspension drops the Range Rover by 30 mm. An SD 30S performance kit can be ordered for the 3.0-liter LR-TDV6 diesel unit upping output to 300 hp and 505 lb-ft of torque, resulting in a 0-62 mph time of 7.3 seconds and top speed of 137 mph. Rounding off the package is a custom interior of leather and Alcantara complemented by teakwood floor for the trunk.

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