Hamann upgrades the Range Rover Evoque

Article by Christian A., on March 13, 2012

HAMANN Motorsport’s latest project is based on the Range Rover Evoque. This aerodynamics package comes with improvements to this engine performance as the result of cutting-edge technology and excellent craftsmanship. The enlarged wheel arches get stunning XXL rims. It also offers an exclusive set of interior features.

HAMANN made sure that the Range Rover attracts attention whether it’s on or off the road. HAMANN has displayed what its dynamic front construction does. The HAMANN SUV is more masculine due to its side wing extensions.

When supplemented by the side sill set, these make the series body wider by 70 millimeters at the front axle and 80 millimeters at the rear axle. It is equipped with the HAMANN central rear panel rounds and offers some space for the resounding double-pipe stainless-steel muffler. Besides excellent sound, the renowned specialist places particular value on a rich performance increase.

The different drive units get a boost in power due to the combination of the HAMANN components, such as a high-performance exhaust system, sports air filter and optimized engine performance graph, results in a profound power increase for the various drive units. An improvement of 31 PS / 25 kW benefits the engines: 2.2 TD4 and the 2.2 ED4.

Its torque is being raised by 65 Nm. The power of the 2.2 Si4 increases by 38 PS / 31 kW, and the torque increases by 55 Nm. HAMANN offers the one-piece 22-inch wheel under the names ANNIVERSARY EVO and ANNIVERSARY EVO Black line. This rim design uses 10.5Jx22-inch on the front and rear axle with 295/30ZR22 tires.

Land Rover’s new Range Rover Evoque is inspired by the LRX concept car, which had drawn worldwide praise for its new and interesting interpretation of the Range Rover’s classic design cues. Meticulous engineering coupled with smart design had enabled Land Rover to turn the LRX concept into a reality without compromising essential Range Rover values of refine performance, interior luxury, and all-terrain capability.

According to Gerry McGovern, design director at Land Rover, the Range Rover Evoque represents a bold evolution of the classic Range Rover design. The Evoque features a dramatic rising beltline, a distinctive taper to its floating roofline, and a muscular shoulder that runs the car’s length, all contributing to its dynamic profile and powerful and sporty stance.

Further adding to the car’s purposeful stance are its wheels, which are pushed out to the car’s four corners. Moreover, its wheelarches are wide and yet they’re softly integrated into its body. Meanwhile, the car’s carefully sculpted corners greatly reduce its visual front and rear overhangs.

Other than its dramatic exterior, the Evoque also provides customers a meticulously executed luxury interior by using only premium quality materials and by showcasing elegance in its cabin design.

McGovern adds that the cabin’s strong yet simple architecture is evident in the bold intersection of solid horizontal elements found on the instrument panel and in the center console’s powerful vertical lines.

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