Startech will bring several tuned vehicles to the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. This Range Rover Sport is among them and features a widebody conversion that makes it 60 mm (2.4 in) wider.
Claimed to have been made to OEM standards, the fender flares at both axles are part of the body kit that comprises of other parts. The front element with side flaps that sits on the lower part of the stock bumper complies with the EU pedestrian protection. As an option, it can be combined with a skid plate-looking center section or a carbon fiber spoiler lip.
The grille, hood air vents, side mirror caps, design elements on the front fenders and rear bumper are also new. The latter features a center section that mimics the look of a diffuser and has four vertical fins.
It can also be ordered in carbon fiber and both versions get a central LED light module that serves as a backup light or rear fog lamp. Completing the look at the rear are the wing and two large exhaust tips. Those who own the V8 model can order a complete stainless steel exhaust system with electronically controlled flaps.
A suspension module is responsible for lowering the ride height by about 25 mm (1 in). This feature still leaves room for the 23-inch rims, shod in 295/35 tires, that are offered in two different versions. On the left side, they have a glossy black look that contrasts the Corris Gray exterior of the SUV, and on the other side, it’s fitted with the ball-milled variant.
The sky is the limit when it comes to the interior, as Startech offers a variety of leather, Alcantara, carbon inlays with matte or high-gloss surface finish, noble-wood trim in different colors and exclusive floor mats. The company goes as far as fulfilling other customization requests, such as integrating family crests or personal logos and projecting them via the special underbody light.