Published on September 2nd, 2016 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
Blinging the Range Rover Evoque with Hamann
Range Rover’s small best-seller has got a cool brother – the Evoque Convertible, the world’s first open SUV. A courageous step of the British brand and a new challenge for car refiner Hamann.
Hamann’s new front skirt, which presents itself much more powerful and accentuated than the standard version, gives the Evoque Convertible a particularly strong and self-confident appearance. The two-part grille, sophisticated air intakes on the left and right, and individually adjusted fibre-optic daytime running lights catch the eye.
A completely new rear skirt that integrates the black or silver anodised Hamann tailpieces of the sports exhaust system ensures that the Evoque Convertible has a befitting appearance. Evoque fans who are enthusiastic about a more extreme look will enjoy the wide-body kit characteristic of Hamann Motorsport that will be available from autumn.
It goes without saying that there needs to be more power behind such a strong look. By optimising the ignition map, Hamann advances the power of the ED4 diesel from 150 hp to 181 hp at 460 Nm instead of 380 Nm. Those who opt for the potent Si4 petrol engine may enjoy a power advancement of 20 hp to 260 hp at a torque of 480 Nm instead of 420 Nm.
The cherry on the cake is Hamann’s offering of precious accessories for the interior: pedals in silver or black anodised aluminium, customised floor mats with embroidered Hamann logo and car door LED welcome projector lights that make the access to the car both safer and unique. These and many more refinement options Hamann offers individually or in a package.