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Hamann Evoque based on the Range Rover Evoque

By Adrian Prisca


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The car tuners from Hamann will showcase their latest creation at the Geneva Motor Show these days, a redesigned Range Rover Evoque turned into the “Hamann Evoque“.

The car has been decked with fender extensions, a two-piece front lower spoiler and side sills, increasing the width of the car by 70 mm on top of the front axle and 80 mm on the rear. The double-barrel stainless steel exhaust gives the car personality, while the central rear bumper panel rounds off the car’s appearance.

In terms of performances, the engine got a little boost thanks to a new sports air filter, optimized engine software and a sports high-performance exhaust. These ensure the 2.2 TD4 and the 2.2 ED4 an output increase of 31 HP and 65 Nm, while the power of the 2.2 Si4 has been upgraded even more, reaching 38 HP and 55 Nm more than its predecessor.

As a means of celebration, Hamann offer their Anniversary EVO and Anniversary EVO Black Line in a one-piece package, a 22-inch wheel with the recommended tire combo if 10.5Jx22-inch and 295/30ZR22. Besides this, the Hamann Edition Race Anodized series is also at reach.

We haven’t seen its interior, although it looks like the specialists have really conferred this car their entire attention.


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