The German tuning wizards at HAMANN-Motorsport have taken a standard Range Rover Evoque and cast a spell on it.
On the design front HAMANN has added a new two-part front spoiler, flared the wheel arches and added side skirts. The front axle has grown 70 mm and the rear by 80 mm when compared to the standard version. The suspension is lowered by 30mm which according to HAMANN improves the centre of gravity and the overall handling. They have also added light-weight 22” wheels with anodised anthracite spokes, titanium screws and high-gloss polished rim flange.
Whilst they have increased the output of the 240 bhp petrol engine to produce an extra 38 hp by adding a new high-performance exhaust, a sports air filter and re-mapping the engine management system. The diesel model gains up to an extra 31 hp, whilst torque sees an increase of 65 Nm.
As with all HAMANN offering you can choose the modifications from a menu and that includes a bespoke interior which ranges from personalised foot mats to a full bespoke leather interior. Modifications can be applied to both the three-door Coupe and the five-door model.
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