CDC Performance has released yet another Range Rover Sport package for all the owners with the Mk1 version. Even though the new model from Land Rover has been a success this year, there are still plenty of tuning enthusiasts modifying the previous version. The tuners are calling this the Nighthawk and offer several styling and performance packages for interested buyers to choose from.
The first-generation Land Rover Range Rover Sport was very similar to the Land Rover Discovery. Indeed both models shared the same heavy steel chassis that brought them in at over 2.5 tonnes, meaning that fuel economy was hampered, as was cornering ability. Broadly speaking it may be said that the ‘sport’ was not actually very sporty, but this begs the question: What are the differences?
The all new 2013 Range Rover Vogue has received quite the kit from tuning company Mansory. A completely new full carbon fiber body kit was installed, which features aerodynamic spoilers on the front bumper, side skirts and rear sections. Mansory was able to widen the Range Rover Vogue 60mm with the new skirts, while the carbon fiber rear spoiler and integrated diffuser in the bumper round out the back.
If you’re looking to have a Range Rover stand out from the crowd, then turn to Hamann Motorsports for their Mystere kit. This package is now available to purchase after being revealed in March at the Geneva Auto Salon. We also have some extra photos of the Hamann Mystere with professional photoshopping to be used as wallpapers if they fit your style. Stay tuned for more official releases from Hamann for the Range Rover Sport and other Land Rover models.
A quick update from the Geneva Motor Show, the German tuners at Hamann have blinded everyone with their Range Rover Sport Mystere. It received a new body kit, rims and a bright pink-chrome car wrap. This project is for all the ladies out there who want to stand out and make a statement, or it’s just an attention grabber for the Hamann booth to showcase more serious cars.