There’s a power upgrade, too.
Manhart only works on BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Audi automobiles, but one of the company’s most recent tuning projects is based on the new Land Rover Range Rover. The British model is one of the hottest goods in the luxury SUV sector, with more versions in the works, so it’s no surprise that German tuners have worked their magic on the latest Emperor.
Manhart’s so-called Vogue RV 650 is an example of his work. A pair of forged multi-spoke alloy wheels is among the cosmetic changes, which are inconspicuous at first glance. The most noticeable change is the new exterior colour scheme, which has Manhart’s characteristic all-black exterior with golden accents. The wheels are also finished in the same golden hue and golden accents can be seen on the front fascia around the radiator grille and at the back around the diffuser.
Sure, the outside appearance isn’t for everyone. Manhart, on the other hand, claims that the outside is merely a statement of what the company is capable of, and that the interior follows the same basic formula. The two major hues within the cabin match the outside colours, and it’s reasonable to say that excellent leather has been reupholstered on practically every surface that can be touched. Individually selected accents complete the opulent overall and allow consumers to personalise their SUV.
When it comes to Manhart, however, we’re usually talking about a lot more than just looks. The tuners don’t reveal which engine powers the Vogue RV 650, but they do say it can be upgraded to 650 horsepower (478 kilowatts). This most likely means BMW’s 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 is the only engine available, with a performance exhaust system available as an option from Manhart. A suspension update to give the Range Rover a more banged appearance is also on the cards.
The tuning firm doesn’t offer pricing or availability information, but it does indicate that the new Vogue RV 650 is currently available for orders in the Middle East.