It hasn’t been long since the fifth-generation Rand Rover made its debut and already, Manhart has performed magic on the new product from the British firm.
Called the Manhart Vogue RV 650, it is based on the Range Rover P530 model that features a BMW-sourced 4.4-litre V8 engine tinkered to deliver 478 kW or 650 horses hence the ‘650’ description though the tuning firm makes no mention of torque figures. In its stock form, the unit produces 390 kW and 750 Nm of torque.
Aesthetically, the Manhart Vogue RV 650 wears the tuning company’s signature all-black shade with golden decals and a set of forged multi-spoke alloys wheels finished in the same golden colour.
The radiator grille and front fascia are fitted with golden accents as well as at the back around the diffuser.
Inside, the Vogue RV 650 has been reupholstered with leather and/or Alcantara materials in black and gold. Individually chosen accents finish off the extravagant package, which is available to order.
Manhart says it offers a performance exhaust system, suspension upgrade, specific unique details on the outside and inside… if you ask nicely.
Strictly for customers in the Middle East, Manhart hasn’t given out the pricing or availability information of its Vogue RV 650.