German tuner Startech will attend the 2011 Geneva Motor Show with new packages for Jaguar Land Rover products. The event also marks the establishment of new branch STARTECH USA in Irvine, California.
As for the cars, there’s the Land Rover and Range Rover models we’ve featured before. The Range Rover Sport comes in different versions all getting nice packages including custom-tailored sporty yet elegant aerodynamic-enhancement components and sport wheels up to 22-inch in size. Interior options ranges from exclusive accessories to fully leather/Alcantara interiors in all colors, materials and upholstery designs imaginable.
But the highlight of Startech booth at Geneva show is the Jaguar lineup, specially the new XJ. Details of the modded XJ will be announced at the show, but they can reveal their packages for the XK and XKR, which include sporty modifications for the body, custom-tailored 21-inch forged wheels with corresponding ride-height lowering and numerous interior options that are innovative and highly appealing. They can be added to both coupe and convertible models.
While all tuners are trying to use more and more carbon fiber on their cars, Startech has developed a new line of very fine wood trims. Thanks to innovative bleaching and staining techniques the company can create wood trim sets in a variety of surface finishes and in colors that precisely match or appealingly contrast with the overall interior color scheme. They specially look good inside the Jaguars.
They also feature the STARTECH Land Rover Defender 90 Yachting Edition at the show featuring a shining white with a navy-blue leather/Alcantara interior and foot wells and trunk clad in the finest teak.