The German tuning shop Hofele Design has released these two images of their latest Range Rover package they are calling the Royster GT 500. It all starts under the hood with an estimated 20 percent increase in power for all the engines. The tune for the 4.4-liter turbocharged V8 diesel model resulted in an output of 404 horsepower and 720 Nm of torque. A hefty boost from the factory 334 HP and 600 Nm of torque.
Check out this new package for the Mercedes M-Class from the tuners at Hofele Design. They are calling it the Starcruiser GT 550, and have developed a complete 14-piece wide body kit for the luxury SUV. It consists of a new front bumper with LED daytime running lights, fender extensions, side skirts, rear apron with integrated diffuser and a new rear spoiler. The price for the styling upgrades can be purchased for €6,500 which appears to be a great deal with the improvements seen here.
Fresh off the dyno, Hofele Design released a fancy tuning package for the new Volkswagen Touareg II called the Royal GT 470. It features a few styling parts including the modified fascias, revised grille, and wheel arch extensions. A stainless steel exhaust system was installed, as well as an electronic lowering module to lower the light SUV up to 40 mm. We’re not too sure about the chrome alloy wheel choice that the tuners went with on this Volkswagen Touareg, however they are available from 20-22 inches and wrapped in high performance tires.
Tuning pros at Hofele Design have released a new kit for the Porsche Panamera called the Rivage GT 970. It includes a new styling package and several high performance aftermarket parts. The modified Porsche Panamera aero kit consists of new front and rear bumpers, side skirts, rear diffuser, custom front grille, and redesigned rear wing to completely transform the luxury sports car. The rear vents on this Panamera closely resemble the Audi R8 vents, and although it may be odd to take Audi’s idea, we have seen several tuning companies use this look for their new rear bumpers.