We have a ton of pictures for you of the Marangoni Range Rover Evoque HFI-R. The first thing that jumps out are the red Marangoni tires, but the brunette model spices it up even more. We’re surprised that colored tires have not yet gained popularity among tuners. Maybe because they are hard to keep looking new, or the fact that they are more expensive then regular rubber. These M-Power EvoRed high performance tires are made of a special compound with high silica content that is said to improve fuel consumption as well. The ones you see here were stretched on a new set of O.Z. Racing 20-inch alloy rims measuring 255/30R20.
Some new carbon fiber aero parts were added to the Range Rover Evoque, including the front and rear bumper, side skirts, wheel extensions, and rear diffuser. Inside the luxury SUV is a redesigned interior featuring high quality leather, Alcantara, and carbon fiber. Marangoni had the engine modified to run on gasoline, natural gas, or a mix of hydrogen and natural gas in a separate tank. The wheel and tire company states that this combination reduces all of the emissions by up to 30 percent. It’s good to see aftermarket car part manufacturer’s thinking somewhat green these days.