Posted on: Jul 16, 2012
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Hamann Gives Range Rover Evoque a Shiny Wide Body


Hamann has released some new photos of their Evoque build from the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.
Back in March we took in what we thought was the finished product of Hamann Motorsports' labor of love, the Range Rover Evoque. Apparently that wasn't the case, as the German tuner's big and bold widebody Evoque now features some new colors and wheels to further distinguish the mod-job. The aerodynamically-optimized widebody kit features a two-part front spoiler, supplemented by flared fenders joined by side sill extensions that widen the body by 70 milimeters at the front axle and 80 mm at the rear.
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A central rear panel accommodates the double-pipe stainless-steel muffler. The aggressive styling is heightened by new wheels available in a variety of sizes and colors, along with some new piant finishes, like a deep red and a menacing all-black finish. The interior features personalized floor mats, leather upholstery and handcrafted stitching on the dash and seats. Power increases are realized by a high-performance exhaust system, sports air filter and a remapped ECU. The 2.2-liter TD4 and 2.2-liter ED4 are increased by 34 horsepower and 48 lb-ft of torque, and the 2.2-liter Si4 is boosted by 42 hp and 41 lb-ft of torque.

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