If the new Autobiography Dynamic version of the Evoque Land Rover revealed today is not exclusive enough for you, here’s something that might fit the bill. This is a tricked-out version of the car by Larte Design tuning center in Russia, and if it looks familiar, that’s because we’ve featured it here before. Now though they’ve released new images of the car, revealing further details.
The Range Rover Evoque by Larte captures the vigor and sportiness of the standard car, and multiplies it with traditional tuning tricks. So the car gets a styling kit, large wheels, a crazy paint job, and a few extra horses to make it go as good as it looks.
The styling treatment begins with a body kit that consists of a new front bumper with large air intakes, LED lights, sports grille, side sills, fender extensions, and a Ferrari 458-style rear bumper with three tailpipes in the center wrapped up in a diffuser. It’s a bit over the top, but the Evoque is not an understated car to begin with anyway.
The kit is complemented with a set of 21-inch aftermarket wheels, and an optional two-tone paint job that gives the Evoque the looks of what the Devil might like to drive around hell.
Range Rover Evoque by Larte is not as powerful as the Dynamic version though. This car is based on the top diesel model. Larte of course has been fiddling with the engine with great determination, but they didn’t manage to extract more than 220 horsepower out of it. You do get 420 Nm of torque, which is pretty good.