Larte Design is back and this time with a rather familiar project. The tuners have unleashed their second version of the WINNER. If you remember well the first one, it is a bi-tone Range Rover which garbed our hearts with its stunning design and enhanced power. Now, the specialists are obviously releasing the next one out of the cage. Another good news is that if you happen to be in Monaco, you can see the car rolling on the streets.
The fist and foremost feature of this unique vehicle is its enhanced power. The engineers at Larte Design managed to push the standard 339 hp (250 kW) output of the SDV8 engine to 400 hp (294 kW).
The outer stance is definitely eye-catching and has the same bi-color design philosophy as its sibling. Here we have distinctive blue and silver combination, which also gives the Range Rover this exclusive look.
There are also some significant changes made throughout the body. The designers decided that the additional horses should be accompanied by more aggressive appearance. Hence, the new grill was born, which is distinguished by three frames taking the form of inverted trapezoids.
In addition, the front apron seems like it is made of various polygons. Combined with the air inlets and lightsteps, this makes the bumper appear almost biological. More dynamism and athleticism has been added via the black central part with its large air grid, which divides the monolithic front. At last, the front can show-off with additional LED DRLs.
At the back, car's exterior has been also changed. As a matter of fact, this version of the WINNER looks dramatic but very elegant. There are small spoiler fins and fine air inlets, lateral grids stretching down to the fenders and some irregular polygons.
We can't skip the exhaust, which is in-house made and features black chrome-plated tailpipes. Finally, what is left unsaid is the central LED brake light. Good job, Larte Design!
Source: Larte Design