German aftermarket tuner Loder1899 tells us Horus was an Egyptian god, and Wikipedia says he was usually depicted as a falcon or a man with a falcon's head. While we're not seeing much that's bird-like in this customized Range Rover Evoque, a new front fascia with integrated fender flares and a similar treatment for the other end means the Evoque no longer looks like the baby of the Land Rover clan. The vehicle in the photos is also fitted with optional gigantic 11x23-inch wheels shod with 315/35R23 Michelins and a lowered suspension. Without them, the conversion runs €3,032 – or about $4,000, including German taxes. Awful or awesome? Let us know what you think in the comments.
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Loder1899 doffs its cap to the Range Rover Evoque

For more than 40 years Range Rover has stood for luxury and elegance in the competitive offroad field. Many have tried to better Range Rover, but few have come even close. The prestigious German automobile manufacturers from Zuffenhausen, Stuttgart and Munich fail to meet the mark, although the Germans sell more offroad vehicles, they haven´t shed the image of the Chelsea tractor. Range Rover walks the talk.

With the Evoque, the Range Rover design has been optimized rousing enthusiatic interest in the cars world.

Loder1899, the leading Bavarian tuner, adds the finishing touches to this gorgeous car, with a discreet body styling kit, „Horus" named after the Egyptian god. Included in the kit is: a complete front bumper with integrated fender flares and a more aggressive rear diffuser. The complete kit with 11 x 23 inch Elements IV wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport 315/35R23-tyres and a lowered suspension is availabe from Loder1899. The price for the conversion without wheel/tires is 3032, - € including German VAT.

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