Brabus Startech Range Rover Sport will show in Geneva

Brabus Startech Range Rover Sport will show in Geneva

The workshop Brabus customization famous by preparing cars from Mercedes-Benz, but at the Geneva Motor Show it will show a completely different car prepared with your brand Startech: a Range Rover Sport.

Called Startech Range Rover Sport, the model has a body kit with carbon fiber panels developed exclusively for the British car which added more than five inches wide.

Wider fenders involve the 23-inch forged wheels, ceramic coated linked to a lowered suspension. The front and rear bumpers were redone in plastic and can be equipped with or without the wider fenders. There is still a three-piece rear spoiler.

Startech is also offering an upgrade to the engine 3.0 V6 biturbo diesel, adding an extra output of 31 horsepower and 8.1 lb-ft of torque, getting a final performance of 323 hp and 69.2 lb-ft. With this update, the acceleration time from 0 to 100 km / h drops from 7.2 to 6.9 seconds. The German preparer also has a wide variety of interior modifications available.

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