Hamann Brings a Pink Range Rover To Geneva - Would You Drive One?

Hamann has created something that Barbie would really love. Based on the new Range Rover they call it Mystere and the keyword here is PINK!

Hamann says the Mystere is both “Stylish and bursting with power”. We clearly do have a different understanding of stylish as this is not what we would call stylish.

Finished with mirror-like pink paint, the body of the Range Rover is completely revamped, featuring a four-part widebody kit made out of carbon composite, adding 80 millimeters to the SUV’s width.

Hamann has not revealed any numbers, but says the 5.0-litre supercharged V8 is fine tuned for increased power.

The Mystere is also 40 mm lower compared to the standard model, thanks to electronic lowering module. All this rides on 23 inch forged rims wrapped with Continental tyres in size 305/30/23 on all four wheels.


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