Thursday, February 28, 2013

Range Rover Evoque Falls Into the Hands of Hamann Motorsport

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The fourth model that Hamann Motorsport will display on its stand at the 82nd Geneva Motor Show won’t sport the extraordinary performance figures of the Hawk, the M5 or the Guardian Evo, but it’s quite special nonetheless.
The Laupheim, Germany-based tuning firm has laid its hands on the Range Rover Evoque with the intention of making the admittedly already stylish compact crossover model even more eye-catching.
To that end, it has fitted a two-part front spoiler, side sills and wider fenders both at the front and at the rear.
Hamann offers customers a variety of alloy wheel designs, from the one-piece “Anniversary Evo” and “Anniversary Evo Black” 22-inch rims that come wrapped in 295/30 tires, to the forged lightweight “Edition Race Anodized” wheels.
Interior upgrades range from handcrafted stitching on the dashboard and seats to full-leather upholstery.
On the performance front, a power kit adds 31HP and 65Nm (47.9 lb-ft) to the 2.2 TD4 and 2.2 ED4 engines while the 2.2 Si4’s output rises by 38HP and 55Nm (40.5 lb-ft).




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