Earlier this year, Mansory presented its lineup of improvements for the most recent Range Rover. Like the other one we saw in April, this display model isn't for the timid, but it's also not one of Mansory's most extravagant works either.
Mansory replaced the front grille with one made entirely of bare carbon fibre instead of the previous one. The tuner also created a new splitter for the Range Rover that is bold and forceful, as well as some carbon fibre trims over the lower grille. Even though a car like the Range Rover doesn't require a splitter like this, it looks great.
A carbon fibre hood and pair of flared wheel arches add to the 2018 Range Rover's threatening appearance on the road. The rocket panels, skirts, and vents on the front doors are additional carbon fibre components that run around the sides of the vehicle. Additionally, 24-inch gloss black wheels with 295/30 tires have been added.
Without a rear fascia that is equally spectacular as the front, no Mansory project would be complete. In light of this, the Range Rover now has a spoiler that extends off the top made of carbon fibre, a lip spoiler that is hardly noticeable that sits below the rear window, and a new carbon fibre bumper and diffuser. Additionally, four additional tailpipes have been created.
For the P530 model, a power increase kit is available. However, it needs to be clarified if Mansory provides upgrades for other Range Rover models. For the P530, installing a PowerBox and a redesigned exhaust produces 620 horsepower and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm). With so much power, the SUV can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 4.3 seconds.