The Vogue RV 650 tuning kit for the new Range Rover has been shown by Manhart. Exclusive to the Middle East, it will include a gold motif throughout, as well as a more powerful engine. Instead of installing a body kit to a Range Rover that was already luxurious, the tuner concentrated more on the trim. The huge Forged Line wheels in a gold finish are the overwhelming standout.
The rims complement the gold decals produced particularly for the Range Rover, which replace all of the chrome and accentuate the vehicle's hallmark design aspects such as the grille, hood, intakes, and tailgate. The gold exterior highlights contrast sharply with the bodywork's blacked-out appearance. The quad exhaust pipes protruding from behind the rear bumper are another alteration.
In addition, every Range Rover/Land Rover badging has been replaced with Manhart logos. The premium SUV's interior now has black leather and Alcantara upholstery with gold piping and details on the center console, steering wheel, dash, seats, and doors. The Manhart badge is stitched in the soft headrests and prominently displayed on the seatbacks.
Manhart provides a series of performance improvements in addition to the black and gold paint job. The BMW-sourced twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 delivers 641 horsepower, up from the regular Range Rover's 523 horsepower.
Suspension upgrades and a louder exhaust are also available. The price of Manhart's limited-edition Range Rover was not disclosed.