German tuning company Hamann Motorsport is very well known for the incredible job it does with BMW models. Now, time has come to see some action with a Land Rover model. The specialists have developed a tuning kit for the new Land Rover Range Rover Evoque. The upgrade process starts with the exterior appearance of the SUV. The engineers offered a new wide body-kit that adds 70 mm to the front axle of the model and 80 mm to the rear one. This way, Haman specialists can equip the car with 22-inch alloy wheels. These are available in different colors and designs depending on the preferences of the customer.
They also offer rocker panels, a larger roof spoiler, but also front and rear aprons. For the interior the model received leather with specially made decorative stitching, floor mats and personalized trims depending on the each individual taste. In terms of power, Hamann Motorsport provided a power kit that matches all three available engines. To be more precise, the 2.2-liter inline-four turbo diesel engines are now capable of developing 190 horsepower and 150 horsepower. The 2.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine gets a 38 horsepower boost and also another 55 Nm of torque.
The sport suspension lowered the ride of the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque by 30 mm this way improving the handling and stance. These are all the information available so far on the matter, but stay tuned for more.
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