Range Rover SVO bodykit adds sporty looks for £10k

New bodykit can be retrofitted to all standard wheelbase Range Rovers from 2013 onwards

Land Rover will offer Range Rover buyers a little extra visual clout with a new Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) bodykit, available on new Range Rovers and offered as a retrofit on standard length wheelbase cars made from 2013 onwards.

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It means Range Rover owners can get butch looks similar to those of the V8 powered, supercharged, range topping car on any model.

The new Exterior Design Pack introduces new, unique front and rear aprons. At the front, an assortment of new vents gives the Range Rover a sportier look, while around the back the new rear bumper accommodates four square exhaust exits.

New L-shaped side vents are included in the styling pack, alongside new side sills, taillight housings and a bespoke front grille. The usual line-up of Range Rover trim finish colours is available, including Atlas, Dark Atlas, Graphite Atlas and Gloss Black. 

The pack is available regardless of trim level, and takes over any exterior styling packs already fitted. It adds a £10,400 premium to any new Range Rover, and will cost the same to have retrofitted onto an older car.

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