Startech has a new body kit for the 2013 Range Rover

Article by Christian A., on March 13, 2013

Startech has finally divulged some information about the tuning program created for the 2013 Range Rover. Instead of the production bumper, the vehicle now has the STARTECH front fascia. This gives the SUV a front that’s more dynamic and more remarkable. At high speeds, its integrated spoiler decreases the lift on the front axle.

As a result, directional stability is optimized. Active safety is boosted further with the inventive STARTECH lighting system. The STARTECH front element could be installed with either completely integrated LED daytime running lights or with LED position lights that use the same design.

The choice depends on the country’s national certification requirements. Furthermore, the new front fascia is able to accommodate the tiniest LED fog lights presently offered in the market. The 2013 Range Rover’s front is made even more stunning due to the vibrant styling of the aerodynamic-boosting component.

The new rear bumper from STARTECH was meant to be a total replacement of the production component. It is able to offer an incredible shape as well as function. The integrated diffuser was designed to make sure that it doesn’t compromise the purpose of the electric trailer hitch that several Range Rover models have.

Other highlights from STARTECH include uniquely styled exhaust embellishers, smoothly built into the lines of the STARTECH bodywork component. Buyers may also ask for a stainless-steel sport exhaust system, a suspension lowering module (that lowers the ride height by up to 30mm) and a set of 22-inch alloy wheels offered in different designs and color options.

Furthermore, the company provides a bespoke interior that can be fitted with leather and Alcantara seats, exotic wood or carbon fiber trim or even a yachting-inspired load floor. Also offered as options are: illuminated scuff plates, aluminum pedals, and electrically folding rear tables with wood, carbon fiber or leather tops.

For improved performance, the SD 30S package permits the 3.0-liter LR-TDV6 diesel engine to have an output of 300 HP (221 kW) and 685 Nm (505 lb-ft) of torque. This stands for an improvement of 42 HP (31 kW) and 85 Nm (63 lb-ft). This enables the car to accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in 7.3 seconds and to reach a top speed of 220 km/h (137 mph).

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