Mansory seems to believe that Land Rover still makes the Range Rover Vogue, which is not true. The Indian-owned British automaker has simplified its lineup. The three versions available are - Range Rover (that's it, no "Vogue"), Autobiography, and SV. Each can be ordered with short, long, and long with seven seats wheelbases.
The Germans probably wanted to make sure that customers had a simpler way of differentiating between the major trims and wanted to separate it from the Range Rover Sport.
Mansory offers a wide body kit for short- and long-wheelbase Range Rovers. It even allows customers to choose whether they want a race brake light. The kit includes 22 parts, and all are made from carbon fiber. Thus, you won't make your posh SUV any heavier. You can also choose the type of carbon fiber you want. The Brand, Germany-based shop offers some interesting patterns.
The personalization program doesn't stop here. Customers can also replace the hood, the intake covers, the lower bumper panel, the grille, the side air intakes, the logos, and the mirror housings. They can also add two spoilers – one for the roof and one for the decklid.
Mansory also offers an interesting selection of rims, an upgraded exhaust system, and an engine tune. If you're gunning for the V8, it'll sound a lot better after these guys get their shot at transforming your British SUV.
Inside, a couple of interesting upgrades are possible, but you don't have to go with what the tuning house recommends. You can send them a personalized order, and, for a price, they will do what you desire.
The Range Rover you can admire in the photo gallery and the video below is a 2023 model-year unit that's powered by the BMW-sourced 4.4-liter V8. It also rides on some very nice 24-inch wheels and sports the "panda" or "Stormtrooper" look. It costs $405,663 and is brand-new. Sadly, it's nowhere close to the US. A dealership in Saudi Arabia owns the SUV.
Still, it's a good representation of what Mansory can do when it doesn't plan on going overboard with its design. Now, the only question is – is it worth almost half a million dollars? We'll let you be the judge of that.