HAMANN-Motorsport has released the new Conqueror II tuning package for the 2010 Range Rover Sport. This car comes with a new Jaguar supercharged V8 developing 520 hp, but after the Conqueror treatment it delivers 560 hp and 685 Nm of torque. They also offer an upgrade for the popular TDV6 diesel-powered model which gives 280 hp and 660 Nm.
RR Sport Conqueror II also features a typical Hamann body kit which comes with revised bumpers for front and rear extended wheelarches and skirts, a roof spoiler, LED lights and a carbon fiber bonnet. They also arrange the tailpipes of the car’s new exhaust system right at the middle of the rear bumper which looks awful on the Range Rover!
Behind those privacy glass, The Range Rover’s cabin has also been upgraded with black-anodised aluminium combined with carbon applications for pedals and consoles, as well as twisted pearl velours floor and boot mat.
The Conqueror II also gets a stiffer suspension which is lowered by 40 millimetres at the front- and by 30 millimetres at the back axle, pretty much ruining the car’s off-road capabilities, and is fitted with some huge 23-inch wheels with 315/25 R23 tires. These low-profile tires damage the car’s character as an all-terrain vehicle even further, but what the hell, if you wanna go off-roading by a proper Range, not a sport one!