Startech Gives New Land Rover Discovery A Tuning Makeover

Startech is set to unveil an exclusive accessories range for the all-new Land Rover Discovery at the Frankfurt Motor Show next week, from sporty, yet elegant exterior parts, to tailor-made 22″ wheels and quality interior designs.

Starting with the exterior, there’s a new front spoiler with raised side flaps that attaches to the production bumper, as well as an add-on component for the rear bumper, featuring a center section shaped like a diffuser. The tuner says that this component can also be installed on models fitted with a trailer hitch.

As for the ‘Union Jack’ designs on the front fenders, they pay tribute to the Discovery’s British origin, mixing in with a special dual-tone paint scheme developed specifically for Frankfurt.

The Startech Land Rover Discovery sits on 22″ Monostar M wheels, featuring a double spoke aesthetic and a wheel hub cover meant to look like a center lock. The wheels are wrapped in low-profile Continental rubber, measuring 295/40 R22.

For the interior of the SUV, Startech’s new accessories range from scuff plates with backlit logo and branded floor mats, to the aluminum pedals and footrest. Of course, if the customer requires a more refined cabin, Startech’s upholstery shop will let him or her choose from a wide variety of colors, designs and materials, like leather, Alcantara, wood and carbon.


  • lagunas3ca

    Looks like a floor mat is sticking out the trunk. And don’t even get me started with those fake exhausts.

  • steve

    That is not any sort of improvement of the original – in fact it looks really ugly!

  • DM

    Dimensions look somehow odd; doesn’t look very rugged as the old one. Give us a boxy shaped Discovery!! Although I’m sure it is still a very capable Land Rover, I think this is way too similar to the Discovery Sport.

  • Eagle By Singer

    Just when you thought the new discovery couldn’t get any worse…

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