Tuner Startech presented his vision on the Range Rover Velar. The SUV spread out in width will soon be on the Geneva exhibition floor.
In April last year tuner Lumma Design, the company that presented a very striking G-class this morning, showed a modified Range Rover Velar. Today is the tuner Startech that presents a Velar spread out to the world.
Startech screws a sixteen-part bodykit on the Velar. It is the wheel arch extensions that make the car a total of 6 centimeters wider than the original. These wheel arches are filled with 22-inch light alloy wheels. Startech equip the Velar with a system that emits an artificial engine sound from a V8 petrol engine. Yes, you can drive a diesel-Velar and fool the world. The car is also 3 centimeters closer to the asphalt. There is no question of motor tuning.