- turbocharged Si4 engine
- Horsepower @ RPM:
- 2000 L
With the industry’s eye on the upcoming SEMA Auto Show in Las Vegas next week, it’s always a good idea to keep one eye on other tuning companies that are coming out with programs that will not be at SEMA next week.
One in particular comes from Merdad Collection, which is no stranger to producing some eye-catching tuning project. Their latest work involves the new Range Rover Evoque and it features a very impressive styling upgrade that definitely deserves some serious praise.
The program is called the Mer-Nazz, and includes dynamic enhancements on the Evoque that drastically improve the SUV’s sporty profile. Among the parts included in the program are front and rear bumper graphics, a newly-designed - and far more aggressive - bonnet, wider wheel arches, new side sills and intakes, and a new set of the company’s own 22" alloy wheels. All the materials used in the program are made from carbon fiber, which adds to the luxury of the Evoque’s new look.
As far as performance upgrades are concerned, Merdad has kept whatever they have planned still under wraps. Nonetheless, we expect an improvement from the Evoque’s 2.0-liter Si4 turbocharged engine that produces 240 horsepower. On its own, though, Merdad’s ’Mer-Nazz’ program already covers all the bases when it comes to dressing up the newest Range Rover on the block.
UPDATE 03/16/12: Merdad has officially released the first batch of official photos of their "Mer-Nazz" Evoque. Check them out in the gallery, peeps!
gallery: Range Rover Evoque