German aftermarket specialist Arden has presented their new tuning program for the Range Rover Evoque. The British compact crossover SUV received some modifications to enhance the exterior, as well as the performance and handling.
Arden has installed a handmade mash grill ‒ made from stainless steel ‒ on the front of the Evoque. Although it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, eye-catching are the sidebars which emits light via small holes. These light emitting sidebars can be turned of via a remote control. Furthermore the Range Rover has been lowered by 30mm, which should provide a better handling.
The 2.2 liter diesel engine has been upgraded via an ECU upgrade, which adds an extra 25hbp and 50Nm of torque. No information regarding the performance of the Range Rover Evoque has been provided.
According to Arden, the program for the Range Rover Evoque will be extended in the near future and more information will be released soon. Let’s hope this also includes more information about the Arden AR8 City-Roader.