Range Rover Evoque by HAMANN Motorsport

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

As if the standard Range Rover Evoque wasn’t incredible enough for you, the folks at German auto tuning house HAMANN Motorsport recently revealed their all new beefed up version of the luxury ride.

The design team has added a new body kit that widens the Evoque’s body that coupled with the 22 inch HAMANN wheels give the vehicle a much more aggressive stance over stock form. Of course what would all these aesthetic upgrades be without adding some ponies under the hood? For the standard 2.2 liter inline four turbo diesel motor, HAMANN will give the vehicle an increase of 31 horsepower while the 2.0 liter turbocharged sees an increase of 38 horsepower.

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