Mansory can also increase production by 45 hp.
The Land Rover Range Rover Velar fulfills the role of a large and very elegant SUV in line with the British brand as a bigger alternative for people who think that the Evoque is too small. Although it looks elegant, some buyers may want to customize the look of the Velar, and Mansory is the latest tuner that gives the Land Rover a different look.
The German company offers a number of external carbon fiber upgrades. At the front, new extensions on the front panel with small slats that surround the SUV. There is also a new grille and a ventilated hood that add an aggressive touch to the Velar surface. The company also adds support side skirts and carbon mirror caps. At the rear, Mansory offers a roof spoiler and a diffuser in light material.
Buyers can see their new body kit by choosing 22- or 23-inch Spy Mansory wheels. Despite the size, they have a one-piece forged structure to reduce weight.
Inside, Mansory offers some minor improvements. Striking trim elements such as anodized aluminum pedals, illuminated door sills and floor mats can decorate the cabin. The aftermarket company also offers a fully leather interior for a more luxurious cabin.
If Velar owners want more power, Mansory also has an updated console and a stainless steel sports exhaust that offers an additional 45 HP (34 kW). The factory configuration of the SUV is equipped with a 3.0-liter V6 compressor with 380 hp (283 kW).
If potential Velar buyers prefer not to participate in the aftermarket for better performance, the spy material suggests that Land Rover is developing an SVR version that would use a 5.0-liter V8 with a compressor. This engine produces a 575-hp (429 kW) Range Rover Sport SVR and could do the same in a thinner SUV.