Posted on: Mar 30, 2012 | 2,222 reads

Range Rover Evoque ‘Horus’ by Loder1899

A modest body kit and power boost has transformed the Evoque into an Egyptian god.
The latest tuning kit for the ludicrously popular Range Rover Evoque is by the German tuning outfit Loder1899. Named after the Egyptian god king Horus, the package was made public thanks to Autoblog.nl who was quick to share details and pictures of the finished product. The striking body kit is made up of a complete front bumper with integrated wheel flares and an aggressive rear diffuser.
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There's also a set of monstrous 23-inch Elements IV alloys, wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport tires and a lowered suspension. Loder1899 has also boosted power of the 190hp 2.2-liter diesel engine to 220hp and 369lb-ft of torque. The result is a new top speed of 130mph and a 0-62mph time of 8.2 seconds.
Range Rover Evoque ‘Horus’ by Loder1899
Range Rover Evoque ‘Horus’ by Loder1899
Range Rover Evoque ‘Horus’ by Loder1899
Range Rover Evoque ‘Horus’ by Loder1899
Range Rover Evoque ‘Horus’ by Loder1899
Range Rover Evoque ‘Horus’ by Loder1899
Range Rover Evoque ‘Horus’ by Loder1899



by Adam Lynton
Range Rover Evoque ‘Horus’ by Loder1899
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