The new Mansory Ranger Rover combines OTT body modifications with a cool color combo and massive wheels.
As per tradition, Mansory gave it more power and torque, too.
This British brute is now more powerful than a Porsche 911 Carrera.
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The new body kit is all over the place.
It makes the Mansory Range Rover wider and bigger, and of course more ostentatious.
At the front, you’ve got a carbon fiber hood, carbon fiber grille and carbon fiber front splitter.
At the back, carbon fiber was also used for the lip spoiler and the chunky diffuser.
In order to offset the dramatic body kit, Mansory opted for a subtle hue of green that for some reason makes us think of pumpkin seeds.
The same juxtaposition applies to the 24-inch Maybach-style dish wheels.
They’re massive, but they’re painted black so the overall result is vaguely understated.
The standard Range Rover twin-turbo V8 is no slouch, but it has to make do with ‘just’ 523 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque.
Mansory decided this wasn’t enough so they tuned the car to produce 620 hp and 626 lb-ft of torque.
As a result, this 2.5-ton Leviathan does 0 to 60 mph (100 km/h) in just 4.3 seconds.
The German tuning company hasn’t said anything about the top speed so we’re assuming it’s still (electronically) limited to 155 mph – 250 km/h.
Mansory doesn’t quote a price for its latest creation because the SUV can be customized at will.
Customers can opt for virtually any color they like for the exterior.
As for the cabin, buyers can add carbon fiber accents, Alcantara and / or leather upholstery.
Mind you, the 2024 Range Rover P530 – the V8 model – starts at $129,000.
Be ready to double that if you want to go for the Mansory treatment.