Heidl Different based on the Range Rover Sport

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

After the Project Kahn Cosworth 300 Sport another tuner focused its attention on the Land Rover Range Rover Sport: Heidl. The German tuner unveiled its new customization program which includes a 2-stage bodywork which not only improve the looks of the vehicle, but also the aerodynamics.

The first stage of the customization program includes a completely new front bumper featuring daytime running LEDs such as the ones used on the Mercedes GLK by Brabus and a new rectangular 4-pipe exhaust system.

The second program includes a new front bumper with the same daytime running LEDs, widened front and rear fenders and the same rectangular 4-pipe exhaust system.

At the interior the manufacturer used only selected materials such as leather and alcantara, quality woods, carbon-fiber and aluminium.

Under the hood, the V8 petrol engine was boosted from 390 to an impressive 540 hp, providing a top speed limited electronically to 250 km/h (155 mph).The kit is completed by high-quality 22 inch light metal forged and cast wheels. Price: $200,000 or €155,140.

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