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Conqueror II Range Rover Sport by Hamann

The tuning specialists at Hamann recently released details on one of their latest projects, dubbed Conqueror II. Based on the Ranger Rover Sport, the SUV received numerous enhancements, both in terms of performance and styling. Moreover, Hamann also have left their mark on the inside.

New exterior appearance features include wing extensions made of light composite material, front bumper components with the four integrated LED daytime running lights and the carbon bonnet. The look is completed with the roof spoiler, the rear apron in a diffuser-look and the HAMANN-side planking.

Performance wise, the Conqueror II is powered by the upgraded Range Rover Sport 5.0-litre V8 Supercharged engine, able of developing 560 hp / 412 kW at 6,500 rpm. At the same time, the maximum torque rises by 60 Nm to 685 Nm within the 2,500 - 5,500 rpm range. The 3.0-litre TDV6 diesel model has also been tweaked and now develops 280 hp / 206 kW and 660 Nm of maximum torque.

The Hamann Conqueror II Range Rover Sport features a new exhaust system with a stainless steel end muffler with four end pipes, metal catalysts, sports manifold and a center pipe set.

Rounding the aggressive look are the 23 inch rims. The Conqueror II is also lowered by 40 mm at the front- and by 30 mm at the back axle.

Inside, Hamann brought various interior upgrade, such as black-anodised aluminium combined with carbon applications, boot mat with decorative stitching and an embroidered Hamann logo and a floor mat set made of twisted pearl velours including another logo.


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