Aznom may not be a first-name tuning company in the eyes of many, but you can’t deny the fact that these guys are making a lot of headlines these days. Fresh off their works on the Audi A1 and the Abarth 500C, the aftermarket company has released their latest project: the Range Rover Spirito Divino.
Based on the 4.4-liter TD V8 engine with 313 horsepower Range Rover Vogue SE, the special edition SUV doesn’t look the part of a tuned up vehicle, but all you need to do is go take a look at the luggage compartment at the back to see where Aznom, together with wine publication Spirito DiVino, worked their magic.
What used to be ample compartment space at the back has been turned into a wine cabinet. Two, in fact. The specially built compartment has two air-conditioned cabinets that are capable of carrying as many as 12 bottles of wine. On top of that, there are two custom trunks inside the Range Rover covered in the leather seats and carrying five bottles of red wine with a matching set of wine glasses. To keep up with the ’wine’ theme of the car, Aznom dressed up the bodywork and the interior with a wine-colored finish, complete with clear-contrast piping on the seats.
To ensure that the cabinets are in tip-top condition, Aznom also gave the Range Rover a recharging system courtesy of either a dedicated solar panel or a cord unit that can be plugged into an external outlet.
All of these elements combined make this the perfect ride for just about any Wino. Let’s just hope that none of these wine aficionados take a drink while sitting in the driver’s seat - or anywhere in the car for that matter.