Manhart has previewed a comprehensive tuning package for the new Range Rover – called Vogue RV 650 – that will be exclusively available in the Middle East with a gold theme inside-out alongside an increased power output.
Teased through a series of renders, the Wuppertal-based tuner focused more on the trim rather than adding a bodykit to the already opulent Range Rover. The absolute highlight is the massive Forged Line wheels finished in gold, entirely filling up the wheel arches. The rims are matching the gold decals specifically made for the Range Rover highlighting its signature design features including the intakes, grille, bonnet, side graphics, and tailgate, replacing all of the chrome.
The gold exterior accents make high contrast with the blacked-out look of the bodywork. Other changes include the quad exhaust pipes sticking out under the rear bumper, and the Manhart emblems replacing all of the Range Rover and Land Rover badging.
Inside the cabin, the luxurious SUV got a new upholstery combining black leather and Alcantara with gold piping and gold accents on the center console, steering wheel, dashboard, seats, seatbelts, and doors. The Manhart logo is embroidered in the comfortable headrests, and also highlighted on the seatbacks, making sure passengers understand that this is not a regular Range Rover.
Besides dressing the Range Rover in black and gold, Manhart also offers a set of performance upgrades. The BMW-sourced twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 produces 641 hp (478 kW / 650 PS) which is a significant step up from the stock Range Rover’s 523 hp (390 kW / 530 PS). Manhart didn’t give details on the tune but judging from the BMW X7 M50i the extra power is most likely achieved by an ECU software upgrade. Other options for the Range Rover include suspension tweaks, plus a louder exhaust.
Manhart didn’t reveal pricing for its Middle-Eastern exclusive Range Rover, but those who are interested in the Vogue RV 650 can contact the sales team or visit one of the local dealerships.