Los Angeles, known for its extravagance, is now home to a Range Rover that epitomizes luxury and excess. Modified by 1016 Industries in collaboration with RDBLA, this 2023 Range Rover, aptly named the 'Silver Surfer,' is a testament to opulence and style.
Satin Silver Aluminum Wrap
The 'Silver Surfer' boasts a mesmerizing satin silver aluminum finish. It's a wrap that complements the Range Rover's regal demeanor, striking a perfect balance between opulence and subtlety. Amidst a sea of flamboyant colors, this choice exudes a refined charm.
RDB LA contributed the pièce de résistance: massive 26-inch wheels with a retro-inspired aerodisc design. While these wheels are undoubtedly eye-catching, they harmonize seamlessly with the SUV's exterior thanks to their brushed aluminum finish.
1016 Industries' subtle bodykit adds a touch of sophistication. The kit includes a distinctive front lip, extended side skirts, more pronounced wheel arches, and a revamped rear bumper featuring a diffuser and new tailpipe housings. A roof-mounted spoiler completes the transformation.
For those with discerning tastes, 1016 Industries offers customization options. The bodykit parts can be painted ($28,500), left in naked carbon fiber ($35,000), or crafted from forged carbon fiber ($40,000).
According to Peter Northrop, founder of 1016 Industries, "The Range Rover is a difficult vehicle to modify with good taste. There are few aftermarket kits that can match the style and elegance of the original Range Rover body while enhancing it in some way. I believe our newest widebody kit has been able to elevate this vehicle with seamless perfection."
The 'Silver Surfer' Range Rover stands as a testament to meticulous craftsmanship and a respect for the vehicle's innate elegance. It's a vehicle that effortlessly captures attention, even in the company of exotic supercars.