It was only a couple of weeks ago when Clive Sutton introduced a heavily modified 800-hp Ford Mustang and now the London-based dealer is reading to show off another bespoke creation. This time around, the changes are on a much more subtle level as the customized Range Rover Sport hasn’t been subjected to a drastic makeover as it was the case with the pony car.

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Carbon fiber must have been the main theme for Sutton’s latest pack since many of the exterior parts have been blessed with this lightweight treatment, which at the same time blends nicely with the cherry red body finish. The Range Rover Sport has received slightly tweaked front and rear bumpers and a fresh set of 22-inch alloy wheels featuring a 10-spoke design. For those willing to stand out from the crowd, an optional full aerodynamic body kit will muscle up the SUV with flared wheel arches, beefy exhaust finishers, and other upgrades.

It’s not all show without the extra go considering the posh high-riding vehicle can also be fitted with one of the several power boosts, although you’ll have to give Sutton a call to find out the juicy details. Rounding off the changes are some light updates inside the lavish cabin where there’s now a two-tone leather upholstery.

Sutton will have the tricked-out Range Rover Sport along with other modified vehicles on display at the London Motor Show until Sunday. Pricing for the newly added goodies has not been disclosed, but the dealer wants to lure in buyers by providing special offers for those willing to check out their stand at the show organized at Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park in London.

The latest customization program is compatible with all Range Rover Sport and Vogue models from 2013 onwards.

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  • Comprehensive personalisation programme for latest Range Rover models
  • Upgrades include styling packs, performance tuning, exhausts and wheels
  • Programme ranges from subtle refinishing to whole-vehicle customisation
  • Available for all Range Rover Sport and Vogue models from 2013 onwards
  • Car debuts at London Motor Show, 4-7 May

Renowned luxury car specialist, Clive Sutton, will reveal a tailor-made upgrade programme for the latest Range Rover models at the 2017 London Motor Show. The upgrades will be available through the company’s Sutton Bespoke division, and will include a suite of exterior and interior styling packages, as well as engine tuning and a raft of enhancements for exhaust, wheels and tyres.

A new Range Rover Sport that showcases a variety of Sutton Bespoke’s upgrades will be revealed on the Clive Sutton stand at the London Motor Show from 4-7 May at Battersea Evolution, Battersea Park, London ( The enhancements include refinished bumpers, mirrors, exterior trim and grilles – using high-quality paintwork as well as an innovative carbon finishing process. Buyers can also opt for a full ‘aero’ bodykit, which includes a new front bumper, roof spoiler, flared wheel arches with a wide-track wheel kit, custom brake calipers and new exhaust finishers.

Lightweight, 22-inch, 10-spoke alloy wheels have been selected by Sutton to complement the styling of the Range Rover, and can be finished in matt graphite, silver or black. A range of performance tuning upgrades are also available.

Sutton Bespoke has extensive experience of interior refinishing, and for the new Range Rover programme it has developed specific two-tone leather seat upholstery. Discreet ‘Sutton’ badging throughout the car denotes a truly bespoke vehicle.

Full prices and specifications for the Sutton Bespoke packages will be announced in due course, though special offers will be available for visitors to the Clive Sutton stand at the London Motor Show. Beyond its menu of styling and performance packages, Sutton Bespoke provides a 'tailor-made' service for its customers, delivering a car to an exacting brief, to create truly unique Range Rovers.

Sutton’s heritage with the Range Rover marque dates back 30 years, when the company was working on customisation projects for first-generation models. It has completed personalised examples of every model since, incorporating performance tuning, coach-built stretched bodywork and a range of custom components.