The Range Rover is perhaps one of the most iconic cars you could ever see on Britains roads. They are owned by a variety of different people, from those that have farms and need a vehicle that they can use both on and off the road, to those that simply like to drive around town like a boss.
Rather than talk about all the different Range Rover models you can get; instead Im going to show you some of the worlds most pimped-up models so that you can see what cool (or weird) creations some people have come up with!
Hamann Range Rover Mystere
If you want to grab peoples attention wherever you go, then you need the Hamann Range Rover Mystere in your life!
It features mirror-finish paintwork in pink and is based on the 2013 Range Rover. It has a four-part wide boy body kit made out of carbon composite, and a front spoiler with integrated LED DRLs (daytime running lights).
Under the bonnet, you will find a 5.0-litre supercharged V8 engine tuned by engineers from the German town of Laupheim, and the handling has been modified thanks to the 40mm lowered stance, along with massive 23-inch wheels wrapped in 305/30/23 profile tyres.
Mansory Range Rover Vogue
On the other hand, if you would prefer your car to have a lower profile, then perhaps you should look to the Mansory Range Rover Vogue. This rather swish looking design utilises a lot of carbon fibre, which not only looks nice but is actually quite a strong material too.
The beefy-looking stance owes its looks to a carbon fibre front spoiler lip, a carbon bonnet, and 22-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 305/35/22 rubber. Its V8 diesel engine has also been tweaked too, thanks in part to the modified engine map on the ECU, and a sports air filter system which raise the power to 650 brake horsepower.
Arden Range Rover LM
German company Arden have come up with the Arden Range Rover LM, which features a wide body kit with modified front and rear arches for improved aerodynamics, a rear apron that is trailer-friendly, and uprated rear silencers.
You can also get 22-inch Arden Sportline alloys for your Range Rover, available in black and silver matt or silver and grey matt colours. Meanwhile for your interior, you can choose exactly what combination and colour of leather seats and accessories youd like, and you can even add in carbon, chrome or wood as part of your bespoke design!
Kahn Range Rover RS450 Cosworth
OK so you might be happy driving around in your standard Range Rover Sport, but have you ever thought about getting something beefy such as the Kahn Range Rover RS450 Cosworth?
Based on a standard 2012 Range Rover Westminster TDV8, it features a plethora of modifications both to the exterior, interior and engine of this model. But you might have to save up a while to buy one, because it will set you back nearly £78,000!