One of Hamann's latest projects - the Conqueror II - is based on the Ranger Rover Sport. The tuning specialists at Hamann made several performance and styling enhancements to the SUV, including its interior.
On the outside, we see wing extensions made of light composite material, front bumper components with the four integrated LED daytime running lights and the carbon bonnet. In addition, the car gets a roof spoiler, a rear apron in a diffuser-look and the HAMANN-side planking.
Powering the Conqueror II is the upgraded Range Rover Sport 5.0-liter V8 Supercharged engine, which can develop 560 hp / 412 kW at 6,500 rpm. Furthermore, torque rises by 60 Nm to 685 Nm within the 2,500 - 5,500 rpm range.
The 3.0-liter TDV6 diesel model was also modified, leading the car being able to develop 280 hp / 206 kW and 660 Nm of maximum torque.
The Hamann Conqueror II Range Rover Sport is featured with a new exhaust system with a stainless steel end muffler with four end pipes, metal catalysts, sports manifold and a center pipe set. The set of 23-inch rims adds to the aggressive look. The Conqueror II is lowered by 40 mm at the front- and by 30 mm at the back axle.
The different parts that make up the HAMANN sports exhaust system give off an impressive sound. The muffler has a stainless steel end and it has four end pipes which can be modified by a sports manifold, center pipe set, and metal catalysts. If offers a rim program whose variety and dimensions are no less than impressive.
This guarantees that HAMANN will be able to meet whatever the preferences of the customers are as it offers a wide selection of wheel designs and even wheel sizes. Take for instance the 23-inch Unique Forged Anodized wheel.
It has its own distinct design and it was manufactured using the latest forging technology and honed with an anodized surface, both a trademark and signature of the company.
The recommended wheel-tire combination is at 11x23 inches, for the front axle and back axle, fitted with 315/25 R23 tires. Its XXL rims are highlighted especially with the electronic HAMANN lowering kit. Thus the CONQUEROR II’s center of gravity is lower by 30 millimeters on the rear axle and by 40 millimeters on the front axle.