Mansory’s Latest: Range Rover V8 (2024)

No Chance of Avoiding Notice: Rolling In This.

Mansory have whipped up something truly special for those who found the conventional Range Rover too restrained and docile. This is the Heritage Limited Edition – an incredibly rare variation of the luxurious SUV, limited to a mere three copies. As if rarity wasn’t enough to impress, you can be sure you’ll be becoming the centre of attention as soon as you’re behind the wheel!

The British behemoth has been upgraded with a discernible body kit that aims to impart a hint of sportiness into the overall appearance. At the front, there is an enhanced bumper with a protruding lip, and extended wheel fenders give the impression of a wider stamp. Whilst it’s reasonably satisfactory visually, we’re not overly impressed by the new hood, which appears to have been taken straight from the smash hit video game Need For Speed: Underground 2.

It exists in stark contrast to the stately mien of the Range Rover, and so does the large back bumper with a built-in diffuser. Alongside, side skirts and a spoiler set upon the roof are featured.

Mansory insignia substitute the well-known Land Rover and Range Rover emblems, while the Heritage identifying mark takes pride of place on the tailgate. Understandably, the somber black hue hides majority of the styling elements, granting the Heritage Restricted Edition an unapparent feature rarely observed in other Mansory models. But when discussing Mansory, notion of subtly is subjective.

The handsomely designed FD.15s lend charm to the Range Rover’s look and feel. They boast a 24″ diameter wooden structure and complement them with 295/30rubber tires, crafting an impressive visual impression. On this vehicle here, the wheels have been coordinated to mesh with the exterior color scheme – offering the quintessential modern Range Rover aura.

Certainly, the interior of the Heritage Limited Edition is the showstopper. To impart a grandiose visual impact, Mansory has reconfigured and upholstered the lavish cabin in Charles Blue for an overall elegant effect. This sophisticated hue shades all aspects of the craft’s first-class seating, carpets, and even the headliner.

A geometric-style aesthetic has been applied to the interiors, which is reflected on the headliner. Offering a truly exquisite flair during nighttime drives, the Heritage Limited Edition brings with it the starlight headliner found Exclusive in Rolls-Royce models. Rear passengers are gifted with highly functional power-adjusted recliners at either side, accompanied by a striking console in between, trimmed with Carbon fiber and high-grade leather elements.

Mansory has not completed their work yet. Output has risen to a full 592 horse power and 616 pound-feet of torque, providing more than enough energy to a luxurious SUV. The tuner states that the 0 to 62 miles per hour time span has decreased to an impressive 4.7 seconds.

Mentioned before, merely three examples are planned out, thus this results in something incredibly exclusive, unlike a stock Range Rover. Though maybe not to everybody’s appreciation, we can observe it not being the most obnoxious transformation we’ve encountered. Notwithstanding, you can find other tuners which have produced an incredibly graceful recreated Range Rover.

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