Mansory has released an aftermarket program for the 2013 Range Rover.

The British luxury SUV has received a carbon fiber body kit with a sportier front bumper spoiler featuring larger air intakes and built-in daytime running lights. The new hood is also made from carbon fiber and has ventilation ducts for a more efficient heat removal. The redesigned front section is completed by the spoiler lip and radiator grille made from the same lightweight material.

Mansory widened the new Range Rover by 60mm thanks to the new side skirts and they also installed a carbon fiber rear spoiler with an integrated diffuser. There's also a sports exhaust system and additional carbon fiber parts like rear lip, roof spoiler, C-pillar cladding, mirror housing and air outlets in the front doors. The 2013 Range Rover rides on Mansory's diamond polished 22-inch alloys with 305/35 ZR22 ULTRAC VORTI tires provided by VREDESTEIN.

The LR-SDV8 4.4-liter diesel can receive an extra 70 HP (51 kW) and 70 Nm (51 lb-ft) to 409 HP (301 kW) and 770 Nm (568 lb-ft), but Mansory is already testing a beefier upgrade which will bump output to 650 HP (477 kW) and 800 Nm (590 lb-ft).

The interior cabin can be had in just about any possible combination, using carbon, wood, piano lacquer, Alcantara and others as well. There are also personalized floor mats, decorative stitching and full leather interiors.

Gallery: Mansory does its thing on the new Range Rover

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