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2010 Range Rover Sport Windsor Edition by Amari Design


It wasn’t that long ago when Amari Design graced our pages with their tuned-up Lamborghini Gallardo Invidia Edition . Today, one of the largest pre-owned supercar dealers in the UK is getting ready to introduce their latest creation, the 2010 Range Rover Sport Windsor Edition.

Loaded with aesthetic and performance upgrades, this Range Rover Sport is certainly not one for the weak-of-heart. Among the aesthetic upgrades you’ll find include a new front bumper with DRL lights, wide wheel arches, door moldings, a carbon fiber front grille, carbon side vents, a rear diffuser with a material choice of either ABS plastic or carbon fiber, a new rear bumper, a carbon hood, exhaust tips, with a choice of three different wheel concepts - deep concave, monoblock, and two-piece – which Amari Design is developing themselves.

Under the hood of the Range Rover Sport, Amari Design also addressed upping the ante on the luxury SUV’s performance capabilities. Having the same 5.0-liter supercharged engine as the stock model, Amari Design was able to increase the output from 503 horsepower all the way up to 611 horsepower, a jump of 108 horsepower. Details on how the company was able to get 108 more horsepower for the SUV wasn’t announced, but nonetheless, it’s still mighty impressive in its own right.



5 comments:

It looks so exclusive on its platform design, and I really admire it on that. I’m just a little curious on what’s its interior looks like? Anyway, it’s a good thing that it has an awesome engine output.

Definitely impressive work. I must admit that I am not a fan of pimped up SUV’s, but this one actually caught my fancies. Impressive performance numbers too.

By far the ugliest Range Rover ever!

Dude, you are living in the ’70s. None of the Range Rover’s competitors can be fixed with a hammer and a wrench. Grand Cherokee, Land Cruiser (and its Lexus version), Infinity Armada whatever, none! Heck, a 2011 Frontier or Tacoma can’t be fixed with a hammer and a wrench. What are you talking about?

Considering their irresponsibility and complexity, who cares how capable these are off-road? You need something that gets good mileage, is reliable and, when it does break (and will), can be fixed with a hammer and a wrench miles off the main roads, not a multimeter and a micrometer.

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