It is the turn of Swiss tuner FAB Design to have a go at tuning the new Range Rover, and based on what we are seeing here, they’ve done a FAB job. And we are glad to report that the beauty is more than just skin deep, as FAB Design Range Rover Vogue also gets an engine treatment.
Called the Noreia, FAB’s Range Rover features an add-on front spoiler, new side skirts and rear apron, as well as a rear wing, and of course those fender flares that add 60 millimeters to the width of the car.
Since everything is finished in black you ay not notice the profound effect of the kit, but then it looks more subtle and therefore cooler in this color. The body kit on FAB Design Range Rover Vogue Noreia is garnished with a couple of visible carbon parts for more visual drama.
Having done the body, the tuners turned their attention to the chassis and upgraded that with a set of 11 x 23 inches wheels with 315/25 size tyres, and a lowering module that drops the big Range Rover by 40mm. Those changes were necessary to enable the car to cope with the performance of its tuned engine, which now makes 540 hp and 670Nm of torque.
For the interior, FAB Design proposes a package with loads of leather, Alcantara and visible carbon, as well as sport pedals and steering wheel.