• Mar 6, 2010
Hamann Conqueror II - Click above for high-res image gallery

There were so many debuts at the Geneva Motor Show this year that a few new cars were bound to slip through the cracks. We happened to miss this custom Range Rover Sport from Hamann, probably because the 670 horsepower Tycoon Evo M was sharing the same stand. Named the Conqueror II, it follows up on Hamann's first take of the Range Rover Sport that debuted a few years ago.

Benefiting from the RR Sport Supercharged's new 5.0-liter V8, the Conqueror II packs 560 horsepower and 506 lb-ft torque thanks to a revised engine management system and a sport exhaust. The exterior gets the full Hamann treatment, with a full body kit, carbon fiber hood, LED running lights and forged 23-inch wheels. Interior modifications are relatively subtle (the snakeskin seats in Conqueror I are thankfully absent) and include the usual stuff like embriodered mats, plus aluminum and carbon fiber accents. Hit the jump for full details, and high-res photos can be found in the gallery below.



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Around the world, HAMANN-Motorsport is a renowned specialist for exclusive refinement of luxury automobiles. And with the CONQUEROR II, based on the high-end model Range Rover SPORT, the Laupheim-based company once again confirms that it is the top address when it comes to dynamic accessories and exciting car body design.

Already the self-confident exterior shape turns the CONQUEROR II into a real conqueror of longing looks on our roads. Perfectly manufactured wing extensions made of light composite material give the aerodynamics set a masculine look. This perfectly goes with the stylishly adjusted front bumper components with the four integrated LED daytime running lights and the carbon bonnet. The athletic appearance is perfected with the roof spoiler, the rear apron in a diffuser-look and the
HAMANN-side planking.

The body refinements by HAMANN already render a dynamic appearance which also continues under the bonnet. The technology specialist allows the Range Rover SPORT 5,0 V8-Supercharged to achieve an engine performance of 560 hp / 412 kW at 6,500 r.p.m. (serial: 510 hp / 375 kW). At the same time, the maximum torque rises by 60 Nm to 685 Nm within the speed range of 2,500 to 5,500 r.p.m.U/min. Also the Diesel model is equipped with extra power. After the serial motronic has been re-programmed, the 3,0 TDV6-aggregates render 280 hp / 206 kW and supply the crankshaft with a maximum torque of 660 Nm.

The components of the HAMANN sports exhaust system render an earthy and impressive sound. The stainless steel end muffler with its four end pipes can be optionally amended by metal catalysts, sports manifold and a centre pipe set.

The rim programme is impressive in its dimension and variety. No matter if the customer seeks strikingly dynamic or elegant high-end rims – HAMANN offers a large variety of wheel designs and wheel sizes, such as a one-part wheel called Unique Forged Anodized measuring 23 inches. A unique design, produced in most modern forged technology and refined with an anodized surface are both hallmark and eponym at the same time. The recommended wheel-tyre combination for the front- and back axle is 11x23 inches with tyres measuring 315/25 R23.

Especially by the electronic HAMANN lowering kit, the XXL rims are further emphasised. The centre of gravity of the CONQUEROR II is lowered by 40 millimetres at the front- and by 30 millimetres at the back axle.

In addition to the serial interior, HAMANN accessories offers black-anodised aluminium combined with carbon applications. Pedals and foot rests render motorsports atmosphere and perfectly match the 6-part HAMANN decoration set made of carbon fibre. HAMANN offers an elegant boot mat with decorative stitching and an embroidered HAMANN logo for the Range Rover SPORT. Perfectly matching the latter is the floor mat set made of twisted pearl velours including another logo.

For more information about the extensive HAMANN tuning programme, please visit the web site www.HAMANN-MOTORSPORT.com .


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      • 4 Years Ago
      OK. I need some help here.

      Is a Range Rover Sport an oxymoron or a non sequitur?
      • 4 Years Ago
      idk. not into the body kit. looks kinda cheap and i love the shout-out to the SRT-8 in the back.
      • 4 Years Ago
      You won't see many of these unless you work in an RR service dept. Already the most unreliable, add a suspension that will beat up the rest of the chassis, trans and motor mounts, and bushings. No thanks.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Are there different pics or there are different wheels on each side?
        • 4 Years Ago
        not only that but couldn't they have cleaned it as well? its a black car and black shows dirt the most but still
        • 4 Years Ago
        It's a photoshoot... for different look, don't worry, won't be sold like that.
        • 4 Years Ago
        I did the snake skin seats. Florida has a Python plague so there's really a lot of material to be used.
        • 4 Years Ago
        yeah those are definitely two sets of wheels on the same car at the same shoot. wow.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Go away, spammer.
      • 4 Years Ago
      "Oh look, a drug dealer has just arrived." - Jeremy Clarkson
      • 4 Years Ago
      looks like most of the Range Rover Sports I see around here, but silver carbon fiber looks bad on it.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Hey look everybody, let's take all the cool parts OUT of a Ranger Rover - like it's legendary off-road ability - and throw on some ridiculously sized rims with rubberband-thin tires that would pop at the mere mention of rocks or pebbles. But then lets add a bunch of power to a vehicle that isn't exactly a featherweight or knows what "aerodynamics" means, and hope that it doesn't tip-over, what with it's fairly high center of gravity.

      What a useless vehicle.

      Doesn't the RR use the same engine as Jag? I could see this type of engine work done to a car that is actually fairly low, and sleek, but this RR is a joke.

        • 4 Years Ago
        @Almo
        only in a straight line
        • 4 Years Ago
        Not everything in the world has to make absolute functional sense. It's designed for those with sufficient money to throw at it and enjoy something different from the norm. Nothing wrong with that. Rarity and price ensures you're highly unlikely to ever see one in your neighborhood anyway. Let them be.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Funnily enough, that "poser" car as you declare it, can probably outrun that scooby.
        • 4 Years Ago
        ^
        You know you could have shortened up your post and simply wrote that "even posers have to drive."
      • 4 Years Ago
      why?
        • 4 Years Ago
        If I want a modded Range Rover, the Overfinch Holland & Holland is better...

        ...the self-replenishing drinks cabinet is already worth the price.
        • 4 Years Ago
        You beat me to it. This is just tasteless.
        • 4 Years Ago
        And pointless. If you want a sports sedan, get an M5/S4/E63/CTSv, etc.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Hamann needs to be hung, along with his sons.
        Bartmandoe
        • 4 Years Ago
        Haha I think I'm the only one who got that. Niice :)
        • 4 Years Ago
        Haha, I see what you did there.
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