The German aftermarket specialists at Hamann have decided that the Range Rover 50i supercharged V8 needs a power boost and after some minor tweaks, the British SUV came to life one more time.
According to the German tuner Hamann, the Ranger Rover 5.0i V8 supercharged is now developing a total output of 523 horsepower and has a peak torque of 660 Nm (487 lb-ft), compared to the series 503 horsepower and 625 Nm (461 lb-ft). Hamann says that the engine tuning consists of an ECU remap and a new sport exhaust system, with customers being able to choose between two designs, one which is using 90 mm pipes and one with double pipes 120 mm.
Besides being more powerful than the standard version, the Range Rover 5.0i by Hamann is also standing out of the crowd with a new aerodynamic kit with a front apron, 2 LED daytime running lamps, fender extensions, side sills, a new rear bumper and a new rood spoiler, while the crossover is now sitting on large rims, 23 inch in size, wrapped in 315/25 tires. Even if the Range Rover 5.0i is more powerful and greater looking than your average SUV, the German tuner hasn’t forgot the interior, which is now packed with Hamann emblems, aluminum pedals and footrest.