Arden, a German tuner of Jaguar, Land Rover, Bentley, MINI, and classic vehicles is offering a few custom bits for Range Rover Evoque owners. There is really one one stand-out feature and that feature is, of course, the internally lit sidebars pictured here. In addition, Arden is offering stainless steel grill inserts, ECU remaps for increased performance, and custom wheels.
One of the most recent entries into the competitive aftermarket wheel market comes from Overfinch, a British tuner noted for its bespoke Range Rover and Range Rover Sport vehicles. Designed and engineered specifically for the Range Rover Evoque, the all-new 20" Evoque Olympus alloy wheels can be specified in Gloss Black, Titanium (silver), or Anthracite (grey).
An overwhelming majority of Land Rover vehicles currently on the road in the U.S. are equipped with leather seating surfaces. The high-quality leather used in your Land Rover is very resilient to wear and will last the lifetime of the vehicle if a minimum of maintenance is applied. As such, we decided to put four readily available and inexpensive leather care products to the test.
Sitting on your driveway right now is a camping machine. That's right, your Land Rover! With large load capacities, amazing off-road abilities, and a general all-round practicality, you've got yourself a basecamp on wheels! But, by fitting some basic equipment and modifications, you can turn your LR4 or Range Rover into a vacation super juggernaut.
Our 2006 LR3 was not equipped for towing when it was purchased. We remedied this situation by installing a Curt trailer hitch along with an Atlantic British trailer wiring kit. The primary reason we opted for the Curt hitch was price. Since the LR3 was not wired for towing, the total cost of an OEM hitch and the wiring kit would have been around $530.00. By purchase the aftermarket hitch, our total cost to install was about $320.00.