Showing posts in the category of Startech

Startech Discovery Sport Should Be On 'Agents Of Shield'

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Some SUVs are just made for ultra-modern, super secret law enforcement agencies, and the way this Startech Land Rover Discovery Sport is looking, we might say we found its calling.

Startech Infuses The Continental Flying Spur With Some Style

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If you think the Bentley Continental Flying Spur is missing some German flair, Startech is willing to infuse some.

Startech Adds Its Own Touch To The Bentley Continental In Frankfurt

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Startech has just revealed the first photos of its kit for the Bentley Continental. The Brabus-owned company says it has refined the Continental through its mods, which include carbon fiber trim pieces both inside and out, green piping and accenting, plus custom 22-inch rims.

Limited-Edition Startech Sixty8 Is An Homage To The Land Rover Defender’s Longevity

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Startech has unveiled a limited edition model based on the Defender as a farewell to the iconic off-roader which will go out of production early next year.

Startech's Answer To The Range Rover Pickup Truck Question

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If you've already answered the question why you'd want a pickup-truck conversion of the Range Rover other than to have something different, Startech can provide the answer to how you're going to get it.

Startech Turns Range Rover into Pickup for the Shanghai Auto Show

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German tuner Startech chose the Range Rover for its newest project, a fast and luxurious pickup truck that will debut at the Shanghai Auto Show. Don’t ask why, there’s obviously no practical consideration given the size of the bed and the fact that they chose a Range Rover as a base in the first place.

Jaguar F-Type Coupe Tries On A Startech Outfit For Geneva

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Jaguar's F-Type is already a stunner, but for a little something more special, Startech will trot out is new tuning package for the British sports car at the Geneva motor show.

Startech Drops Widebody Kit on Long Wheelbase Range Rover

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Another one of Startech's Geneva-bound models is this rather interesting LWB Range Rover with a custom widebody kit. Oh, and it may not be as unnecessary as it may seem.

Startech Previews Their Custon RR Evoque Bound for Geneva

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Improving on what is arguably the best looking Crossover/SUV in the world isn't exactly an easy task. Still, we think Startech did an amazing job on this Geneva-bound gorgeous white RR Evoque.

Startech Details Widebody Kit and Performance Package for the Range Rover Sport

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Startech has released more photos and details of the widebody package for the Range Rover Sport that will debut at the Geneva Motor Show.

Startech Widens Up New Range Rover Sport

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If you're not entirely sold on the cosmetic tune of the new generation Range Rover Sport by Brabus-owned Startech that was displayed at the 2013 Essen Motor Show last December, the Germans are proposing a similar suit with more girth.

IAA 2013: Startech Turns Land Rover Defender Into a Worthy Opponent for Mercedes' G Wagen

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If Mercedes-Benz can pull it off with the classic G-Wagen for more than three decades now, then why can't Land Rover do the same with its Defender 4x4 marketing it as a premium offering with a price tag to match?

We're sure many of you can answer that question in a lot of different ways (agreeing or disagreeing), and while Land Rover itself has opted to start from a clean sheet of paper for the Defender's replacement, German tuning firm Startech is proposing a luxury upgrade for the current three-door 90 model, which it will present in a world premiere at next week's Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA).

Startech to Butch Up New 2013 Range Rover SUV at the Geneva Salon

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Brabus affiliate Startech will be heading to the 83rd edition of the Geneva International Motor Show in the beginning of March with a new tuning proposal for the fourth generation, 2013 Range Rover luxury SUV.

Startech Goes Retro with Land Rover Series 3.1 Concept at the Essen Motor Show

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Startech, a Brabus subsidiary that focuses its tuning attention on Jaguar-Land Rover Group models, released a new concept based on the latest Land Rover Defender at the Essen Motor Show that runs for the public from December 1 to 9.

Named the Defender Series 3.1 Concept, the study is inspired by the classic Land Rover Series III, which was produced from 1971 to 1984.

Startech Adds Style but no Speed to the 2012 Jaguar XJ Limo

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Brabus' sister company Startech has decided to polish up the 2012 Jaguar XJ's looks with a subtle styling makeover through its individualization program.

The German firm's product lineup includes an aero package comprising of a front apron that incorporates LED daytime running lights into the side air inlets, small rocker panels in front of the rear wheels, new trims for the front fender air vents, a discreet boot lid spoiler and a rear diffuser that packs Startech's stainless-steel trapezoid tailpipes.

Startech Shows Off New Range Rover Evoque at Essen Motor Show

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Making its European debut at this week's Essen Motor Show is the Startech tuning program for the new Range Rover Evoque. Startech, which is a sub-division of the Brabus brand, first revealed its take on the British crossover model at the Dubai International Motor Show earlier this month.

Rather than improve its off-road capabilities, the German tuning company says that all of the available upgrades for the three- and five-door variants of the Evoque were developed to make the crossover more capable on the road where it will spend if not all, most of its time.

The product lineup includes a new front apron, a roof wing and a rear apron that houses a diffuser and the reshaped quad tail pipes. The crossover model's sportier stance is further enhanced with suspension kit that lowers the ride height by up to 30mm (1.2-inches) and custom-tailored alloy wheels offered in various color combos and 20- or 22-inch diameters.

Startech-Tuned Range Rover Evoque to Debut at Dubai Motor Show

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The Evoque is not only Range Rover’s newest and smallest model but also a uniquely designed crossover that heralds a new philosophy for the British brand.

Startech, a sub-brand of Mercedes-Benz specialist Brabus, has developed an on-road oriented tuning package for both the three- and five-door versions the Evoque, which will make its debut at this week's 2011 Dubai International Motor Show.

The package includes newly shaped front and rear bumpers, front grille, spoiler and air inlets that are said to have been fine-tuned in the wind tunnel to reduce lift on the front axle at high speeds.

Infiniti FX50 S Dressed Up in Styling Package by Brabus' CRD Division

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Here's a proposal from this year's Frankfurt Show that somehow managed to escape our radar. Supposedly a concept study, the Infiniti FX50 S Limited Edition was created by Car Research and Development or CRD for short, a subsidiary of the Brabus Group that works directly with automakers and their national importers. Among other cars, CRD was responsible (...) for the creation of the Dodge Avenger-based Startech Starster that appeared at the 2007 Frankfurt Show.

The Infiniti FX50 S Limited Edition show car gets a set of bespoke 21-inch turbine-design light-alloy wheels in a grey finish, while the front grille, side air inlets in the front fenders and the roof bars are also painted grey.

The luxury SUV's cabin is upholstered in high-quality leather with contrasting light brown stitching while the carbon-fiber trim in a dark brown finish and the alcantara trim on the headliner and pillars round off the interior upgrades.

And yes, we too are wondering why Brabus / CRD even bothered to call this creation a concept study...

Geneva Preview: 2008 Chrysler 300C by STARTECH

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Making its debut at the Geneva Motor Show, the STARTECH tuned Chrysler 300C Sedan and Wagon versions feature a full bodykit consisting of a front spoiler, custom-tailored mounting elements with daylight running light on the front bumper, rear spoiler, matrix chrome grille and rocker panels with four integrated LED entry lights. The sedan version also gets a roof spoiler.

The 300C’s appearance is completed by the sport springs and rear shocks that lower the ride height by some 40 millimeters along with custom-tailored STARTECH Monostar IV wheels in diameters of 20 or 22 inches. The largest tire/wheel combination features the fully polished five-spoke wheels with tires in size 265/30 ZR 22. -Continued

Inside, the German tuner offers buyers a series of accessories including scuff plates with illuminated STARTECH logo, a high-quality completion set for the wood trim, leather door trim and armrests, a sport-steering-wheel, aluminum shifter and pedal, as well as chrome-plated aluminum door-lock pins.

For the 300C 3.0 CRD STARTECH offers the SD6 tuning kit that bumps power output of the 3.0-liter V6 common-rail turbodiesel engine from standard 218 hp to 262 hp and torque from 510 Nm to 580 Nm (376 to 428 lb-ft). The sprint from rest to 100 km/h (62 mph) is shortened from 7.6 (wagon: 7.9) seconds to 7.2 (Touring: 7.5) seconds. Top speed grows to 238 (wagon: 232) km/h (149 and 145 mph respectively).

Frankfurt: Startech Starster Concept Based On The Dodge Avenger

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For those of you wondering, Startech is owned by Brabus and it concentrates on Chrysler Group's portfolio. Now that got that we've got that cleared out of the way lets check out Startech’s latest concept, the Avenger based Starster. We seriously doubt that you’ll ever see an uglier Dodge Avenger - ever. However, we do welcome the changes under the hood as the Starster is fitted with a modified 2.4-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged engine delivering 335 Hp at 6,400 rpm and a peak torque of 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) at 3,600 rpm. Power is transferred to the front wheels via a modified 5-speed manual gearbox and a locking differential. According to Startech, the Starster sprints from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.6 sec and achieves a top speed of 265 km/h (165 mph). -High-res image gallery and the press release after the jump