CDC Performance has introduced an in-depth customization program for the first-gen Range Rover Sport.

CDC Performance has introduced an in-depth customization program for the first-gen Range Rover Sport.

The "Nighthawk" package brings a wide body kit with various carbon fiber bits and pieces, including side skirts and both bumpers. Also available are 23-inch alloys wrapped around in 315/25/23 performance tires along with an electronic module for the air suspension which can bring the SUV closer to the ground by 70mm.

Other goodies worth mentioning include a dual exhaust system with a more powerful sound, a new braking kit featuring six-piston calipers for all four wheels, as well as a heavily modified interior covered in Alcantara and leather surfaces. The cabin has many carbon fiber inserts and perhaps one of the least attractive steering wheels ever fitted by a tuner.

CDC removed the Range Rover Sport's electronic speed limiter and they also bumped output of the V8 5.0-liter supercharged engine from 510 HP (375 kW) and 625 Nm (461 lb-ft) to 580 HP (426 kW) and 695 Nm (512 lb-ft).

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