Royster GT 500, based on the new Range Rover, by Hofele Design previewed image

The aftermarket specialists at Hofele Design are getting ready to officially pull the wraps off their latest creation, the Royster GT 500, which is based on the 2013 Range Rover.

The new generation of the Range Rover is a hit and the model is being loved by the company’s fans but the guys at Hofele Design want to make the luxurious SUV even more fun to drive so the model is getting a modest body kit, which is adding a new front spoiler, a matte black grille and a rear diffuser. The stainless steel sports exhaust system and the 20- or 22-inch Reverso II alloy wheels are finishing the model’s look.

The so-called Royster GT 500, by Hofele Design, is also getting the StarLight leather upholstery in the cabin, with contrast stitching and the company’s crest on the seats. The 2013 Range Rover in question is also getting a power boost and the 4.4 liter SDV8 engine is now producing a total output of 410 HP (302 kW) and 720 Nm of torque (531 lb-ft), which is actually 71 HP (52 kW) and 120 Nm of torque (88 lb-ft) more than the standard version. Additional details on the model are limited for the moment and will be released soon.