Swiss tuning company Mansory has pulled the wraps off its new design package for the 2013 Range Rover. The car receives a number of aesthetic and mechanical upgrades throughout.
A sports air filter and optimised ECU give the 4.4-litre V8 diesel a power output of 409bhp – 70bhp more than the standard engine. Mansory also claims to be testing a further upgrade, which will take power output up to around 650bhp.
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As with all Mansory products, the most obvious changes are external. A carbon fibre bodykit is the fitted, which includes a sportier front bumper - incorporating daytime running lights and enlarged cooling air intakes.
The front of the car has also been given a revised spoiler lip and radiator grille. Both are made from carbon fibre, as is the new ultra-lightweight bonnet, side skirts, and diffuser.
A bespoke sports exhaust and diamond-polished 22in alloys complete what Mansory describes as ‘an image of pure power’.
The interior is highly customisable, with options ranging from personalised floor mats to decorative stitching and full leather interiors. Mansory also offer materials such as Alcantara leather, carbon, piano lacquer and ornamented woods on request.