German tuning house Hofele-Design has shared details of its upcoming take on the latest generation of the Range Rover premium SUV, which it has named the "Royster GT 500".
As an example, the Germans tell us that with the performance package, the 2013 Range Rover's 4.4-liter turbocharged V8 diesel delivers 404hp (410PS) and 720Nm (531 lb-ft), up from 334hp (339PS) and 600Nm (442 lb-ft).
There's also an electric module for Range Rovers equipped with the air-suspension system that allows the SUV to sit 40mm closer to the ground at speeds of up to 80km/h (50mph).
On the styling front, the Royster GT 500 features a new body kit with front and rear spoilers, side skirts, and a rear diffuser shrouding quad tailpipes, while customers can choose from Hofele-Design's Reverso II alloy wheels in 20- and 22-inch diameters.
The interior can also be customized with bespoke materials with or without quilted elements and offset decorative stitching.
Hofele-Design said more details, including pricing, and pictures will be released soon.