If you think the Range Rover Sport isn’t as sport as its name suggests, Mansory’s variant could entice your performance cravings.
The Range Rover Sport may be a sumptuous big automobile that you can’t miss in a parking lot, but Mansory’s variant takes it to another level.
A carbon-fiber body-kit adds 30 mm of width to the stock car, a newly designed spoiler with integrated LED daytime running lights and a carbon-look radiator grille. The bonnet is also a new proposition, as are the side skirts and the rear spoiler with the carbon-diffuser insert. Basically, everywhere you look, this Range Rover is packed full of composite material accessories.
In order to increase the power output of the supercharged petrol engines, a pulley kit is used in addition to the ECU. This increases manifold pressure in the standard supercharger, which forces a greater amount of compressed oxygen into the combustion chamber. In other words, the power of the Range Rover increases up to 620 PS while torque goes up to 800 Nm. The diesel wasn’t neglected either, and after a few modifications, the 4.4-litre SDV8 diesel engine goes up to 380 PS and 800 Nm of torque.
The interior now features a control center, a sports steering wheel with carbon inlay, and aluminum pedals. Mansory says that almost all the interior components are upholstered by master craftsmen in leather, while the carbon fiber inserts can be combined with wood finish on request.