German tuner Startceh revealed details of its upgrade program for the new 2013 Range Rover ahead of its Geneva Motor Show debut. The package is divided into three categories of exterior, interior, and performance. The latter only concerns the TDV6 diesel engine for now.
For the exterior styling Startech has gone for a cool and aggressive look with a deep black paint job, The Range Rover gets a revised front fascia with new grille, LED and fog lights and chin spoiler, a new rear bumper, complete with diffuser and trailer hitch. The new stainless steel sport exhaust system is shown off through new tailpipes.
The car also gets 22-inch wheels and a suspension lowering module, and they play a part in enhancing the car’s styling.
The extensive interior package consists of red and black leather upholstery, fancy carbon fiber and wood trims, a timber boot floor like you get on luxury yachts, sport aluminum pedals, and folding tables wit tablets in them.
As far as the performance, the TDV6 diesel engine gets around 40 more horsepower, up to 300hp and 685Nm of torque, which cuts the 0 to 100 time to 7.3 seconds and increases the top speed to 220 km/h.