Hamann Motorsport is getting ready to troop to Geneva for one of the biggest auto shows in the world and one of the vehicles that they’ll be proudly showing off is the new Range Rover Evoque. Their rendition of the luxury SUV has been decked from head to rear with the kind of comprehensive tuning program that Hamann is known for.

On the outside, the German tuning company fitted the British SUV with a bold aerodynamic package that includes a two-part front spoiler, side wing extensions, side sill sets that have widened the Evoque’s body by 70mm at the front and 80mm at the rear, and a new set of 22" wheels to go with a one-piece 22" wheel that is currently being offered in either the Anniversary Evo and Anniversary Evo Black line.

Inside, Hamann is offering customers an opportunity to customize the interior of their Range Rover Evoque, complete with a full-leather upholstery, personalized floor mats, and customized trim options.

The other highlight of Hamann’s program for the Range Rover Evoque is the engine modification. Thanks to a comprehensive program that includes a new exhaust system, a new sports air filter, and a remapped ECU unit, Hamann was able to achieve significant output improvements on all three engine options of the Evoque. The first one is the 2.2-liter TD4 engine, which saw its output increase from 148 horsepower to 179 horsepower. The second engine - the 2.2-liter ED4 engine - saw its output jump from 187 horsepower to 218 horsepower. Finally, the most powerful of the three Evoque engines - the 2.2 Si4 - increased its output from 240 horsepower to 278 horsepower.


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  (415) posted on 06.28.2012

I have no doubt against the capability of Hamann. I was once stunned by the upgrading techniques of Hamann to a certain vehicle.

  (600) posted on 05.29.2012

It’s big and mighty; it can probably accommodate more than what’s supposed to be.

  (429) posted on 05.18.2012

Evoque was in good hands because we all trust Hamann. See, it’s been empowered by a finely tuned engine.

  (474) posted on 05.15.2012

Hamann’s addition of aerodynamics to Evoque is a good feature since it’s a large vehicle; it isn’t necessary to be very speedy, but it isn’t impressive either if it is lagging.

  (434) posted on 05.14.2012

The newly-designed wheels have added more touch of aggressiveness to its looks. I’ll tell you what will appeal more to your liking; Evoque is up for personalization!

  (427) posted on 04.19.2012

Its original edition is flawless, in my opinion. Having to personalize it is beyond perfect then.

  (428) posted on 03.28.2012

I doubt this will really be that fast, but aerodynamic surely will support its speed. From its name though, one could assume that it should be both speedy and sturdy.

  (306) posted on 03.28.2012

I already like it enough as it is, but I love it even more because I can have the rights to customize it! smiley

  (526) posted on 03.9.2012

This Range Rover really added a muscular feel. Its bulky look is essential.

  (296) posted on 03.7.2012

Aerodynamics is good for Range Rover Evoque since it’s quite a big vehicle, although not necessarily, it still needs to be agile. The exterior design made it look sporty so the performance should match it too.

  (530) posted on 03.6.2012

The new sets of wheels are wicked. It fits its multipurpose use. It’s also a great option that we can personalize and customize the floor mats and trim options.

  (517) posted on 03.5.2012

The modification was drastically revolutionary. From the exterior, it may be just like any other vehicle, but once you run it, you can definitely tell the great improvement; the increase in horsepower.

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