Mansory Switzerland has presented the individualization package for the Range Rover Vogue at the 2011 IAA Frankfurt Motor Show.
Starting with a lift-reducing body design and a powerful performance boost right up to a lavishly designed interior, the Swiss department of the German tuning company pays attention to all aspects of the luxury offroader.
Using aerodynamic components made of carbon, the body of the Range Rover Vogue is given a significantly more striking appearance than before. In addition to the redesigned front apron with built-in LED daytime running lights, the body kit also includes new side skirts and veneers for the boot and the mirrors. The front view of the Mansory SUV is rounded off by the redesigned bonnet. At the rear, the visible carbon diffuser insert of the new rear apron and a roof spoiler also made of carbon emphasize the SUV’s dynamic look. Furthermore, the D-pillars of the vehicle’s roof can be covered with carbon applications.
For the 4.4 liter diesel engine of the Range Rover Vogue, Mansory offers a high-torque performance boost. Through the integration of a sports exhaust system, a sports air filter and an optimized engine control module, the eight-cylinder engine receives a vigorous performance boost to 376hp while torque is increased to 840Nm at 1,500 – 3,350 revs per minute.
The tuning specialist also presents varying wheel designs, ranging in size from 21 to 23 inches. In order to draw attention to the wheels, the vehicle’s center of gravity can be lowered by up to 30mm by way of a new air suspension module.
Inside, Mansory has created a control center that combines functionality, comfort and luxury. Almost all the components of the SUV’s interior trim are covered with leather and, if desired, can also be combined with fine wood applications. Accurately embroidered logos and illuminated door sill plates add the finishing touches to the upgrade.