Preview: Hofele Royster GT500 based on 2013 Range Rover

Article by Christian A., on January 2, 2013

The new model generation for the Range Rover has been newly launched but already, the Luxury Car Tuner HOFELE-DESIGN from Germany has come up with packages for the new product range. The designer team made the individual "Royster GT 500" based on the very luxurious Range Rover. Its front bumper will receive an extra front spoiler.

While on the side, there are new designed door panels with "bubbles" to fend off dirt from the doors. The front grille gets a sportier appearance due to its matt black style.

The recently developed rear apron diffuser is also gets the same matt black finish. Other prominent design features include the 4-tube stainless steel tailpipes that use an "interlaced double oval" style.

The tuner bolted these tailpipes on to the serial Range Rover mufflers. The rear appears highly powerful due to the interaction of these 4-tube tailpipes with the broader diffuser rear apron. The other highlights of the "Royster GT 500" include the new Hofele designer-wheels "REVERSO II", which are built in the following sizes: 9,0 x 20" and 10 x 22".

For the interior, Hofele-Design used its very own "Bi-Colour" leather design "Star-Light". The Hofele-Design style is evident in the bi-colour "StarLight" leather interior with inserted leather crest, quilted elements and offset decorative stitching. In Germany, this package is sold for 3.900,- € incl. VAT.

By reinterpreting classical Range Rover design cues, Land Rover was able to give the all-new Range Rover a clean yet elegant shape. With just one glance, the new vehicle is immediately identifiable as a Range Rover. However, it features new styling that could be considered as a unique evolution of its already iconic design idiom.

With a length not exceeding five meters, the new Range Rover features a similar footprint to its predecessor. However, the new Range Rover features a more streamline profile, which – along with a roofline that sits 20mm lower in access mode -- helps it achieve a coefficient of drag of as low as 0.34 Cd.

As expected, the new Range Rover is provided with a luxurious, fresh and modern interior that features characteristic Range Rover design cues. It still features its strong, architectural forms as highlighted by its clean surfaces featuring the finest leathers and veneers. The spaciousness of the interior is more apparent in the rear cabin, which boasts of over 118 mm more legroom. In addition, customers seeking higher-end rear seats could avail of the new two-seat Executive Class seating package.

Land Rover wants to meet the preferences of its customers. In fact, they can choose from a wide array of colors, finishes and special details to make their Range Rover as bespoke as possible. For instance, customers may indulge themselves with the color-themed interiors of the Autobiography series or make their rides look more aggressive with a new set of alloy wheels.

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