The Irish tuners have released a full gallery of images showing off their finished Range Rover Evoque Rouge.
The Land Rover Range Rover Evoque has turned plenty of heads since it made its mark on the automotive world at the Paris Motor Show in 2010. Irish tuning firm Onyx Concept first released a pair of pictures showing the initial stages of their tuning project for the SUV in February and today has released a full set of photos showing the completed project. The Range Rover Evoque Rouge Edition features new front and rear bumpers (the latter receiving an integrated diffuser), new ventilated hood and side skirts.
Enlarged wheel arches, carbon fiber trim pieces in the front grille, vents and pillars have also been added. A new exhaust system helps provide a bit more power to the SUV. The rear-end features a spoiler and some interestingly-square tailpipes. A 16-piece carbon fiber trim kit is installed on the interior, along with a carbon steering wheel and loads of Nappa leather. It sits on a set of new forged wheels. Check out the Irish firm's completed Range Rover Evoque Rouge Edition in the gallery below.