Range Rover by Hamann is radically pink

The Range Rover by Hamann dubbed Mystere made its debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show back in March and now the tuner has disclosed more info about the pink SUV. The car has been equipped with a different front spoiler that houses LED daytime running lights, while the front wings and the bonnet are made from carbon fiber. It’s also considerably wider (by 80mm) than the standard model thanks to the new door fixtures, panels for the rear wheel wings and the beefier side skirts. At the back it has gained a custom spoiler with integrated end pipes of the rear silencer. It rides on 23-inch alloy wheels wrapped around in tires measuring 305/30/23.

Hamann Mystere-1

Other modifications that we should mention include the electronic lowering module which brings the British SUV closer to the road by 40mm. Inside it gains new door sill trims, velour floor mats, as well as a wide variety of upholstery and material choices. Clients can opt for stainless steel, aluminum, carbon, leather and Alcantara applications.

Source: Hamann

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