Amari Design has quickly followed up with their second conversion kit for the iconic British 4x4.

Revealed on WCF just two weeks ago, British luxury car dealer Amari Design received a favorable response for their maiden tuning conversion kit, the Lamborghini Gallardo Invidia edition. Encouraged with the response, Amari Design has quickly followed up with their second conversion kit for the iconic British 4x4.

The Range Rover Sport conversion consists of a front bumper with DRL's, rear bumper, wide wheel arches, door moldings, roof spoiler, carbon front grill, carbon side vents, rear difusser (ABS plastic or carbon fiber), carbon hood and exhaust tips. The conversion also comes in a non-wide version for clients looking for a more discreet look.

The dealer of fine exotics is also venturing out with their own line of forged wheels. Starting with three face designs on three different wheel concepts: deep concave, monoblock and two piece, the wheels pictured here are the new AD1 deep concave.

Amari Design are tight on details but inform us they are working on a new unique design never seen before - no Bentley wannabe here.

For the 2011 5.0-liter supercharged engine Amari has given the Windsor Edition a nice increase in horsepower to 611 bhp (620 PS / 456 kW). Unfortunately no details were given on how an increase of 108 bhp (110 PS / 81 kW) from the standard 503 bhp (510 PS / 375 kW) was extracted.

Amari Design Range Rover Sport 2010 Windsor Edition