Startech Introduces Range Rover Sport


Tuner offers aftermarket treatment for every aspect of the sporty SUV.

While Startech’s widebody kit for the Range Rover was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the tuner has used the Essen Motor Show to introduce its aftermarket program for the Range Rover Sport. The most obvious enhancement is Startech’s PUR-R-Rim aero kit that consists of a new front fascia with integrated LED DRLs and LED fog lights, and a new rear end complete with central diffuser, integrated tailpipe trim, and a stainless-steel sport exhaust.

After dropping the RR Sport by 25 mm using an electronically-controlled suspension, Startech fitted a set of 22-inch one-piece Monostar R five-spoke alloys with black wheel spider and polished contours. For models with the SDV6 3.0-liter turbodiesel unit, the Startech SD30 S tuning kit boosts output from 292 to 323 hp and from 442 to 501 lb-ft of torque. The result is a 0-62 mph time of 6.9 seconds and a top speed of 138 mph. Startch also offers a custom interior trimmed in leather, Alcantara, carbon fiber and precious woods.

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