2013 Hamann Mystere based on Range Rover review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 7 March 2013 , 09:03:01 byEmil

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Hamann Mystere based on Range Rover

Once getting inside this year’s Geneva Motor Show, any visitor has surely noticed the 2013 Range Rover, coated in a chrome pink wrapper designed by Hamann.

The pinkish style has either shocked or pleased the sights of the people visiting the Swiss auto show. The German tuner managed to touch the main objective, that is to impress the world with the Mystere SUV. The Range Rover seems to be a magic visitor from outer space having the mission of promoting love on our planet.

Leaving aside the colour, the British SUV received other new features such as a wider body kit with a new hood, a front spoiler and bumper, fenders, side sills and a reinvented rear bumper. The old Range Rover, the non- tuned model, is 80 mm narrower.

Most of the Rover’ s body elements have a shiny mirror- like surface. However, a few of the upper parts are covered by a matte texture. The SUV is the proud possessor of a set of Unique Forged or Edition Race wheels wrapped around in Continental tires that measure 305/30/r23 on all four corners. The vehicle is also set closer to the ground, being 40 mm lower due to the new custom suspension.

Hamann also used this mirror wrapping technique on a BMW M6 Coupe which is also being presented in Geneva. So the German tuner tried to do the impossible to play with our minds and to be in the latest fashion.