Man, I have fallen hard for these custom StarTech Range Rover Sports today!!
Generally not super excited by custom cars and tuner stuff – they just seem very OTT, in many cases. Over-the-top styling enhancements are fine if you are a pop star or athlete, but at the local grocery store in your town or city?
It might look like you are trying a little too hard.
StarTech strikes a good balance with these upgrades, so here is article two: *Without* the widebody.
StarTech calls this the ‘Refinement’ program versus the Widebody program – and refinement in this case means ‘classiness.’ ‘
Bold customs, high style.
The key difference on the outside is the lack of the fender flares. Which is actually just fine by me – these StarTech trucks look amazing in both configurations.
Here is the transition from Stock to a StarTech Widebody.
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2014 Range Rover Sport By StarTech
2014 Range Rover Sport StarTech Widebody
StarTech of Germany’s WideBody stretches the width of the truck by about 2.5-inches via wider fenders, sills and wheels. A custom module for the air suspension goes even lower than stock at the push of a button or when at highway cruising speeds, hunkering the Range Rover Sport down low on its 23-inch rolling stock.
STARTECH Widebody – FRONT BUMPER
The front bumper is also very premium and appealing. It is a magnet for the eye because it is so different and unique than the factory RRS bumpers, which are pretty dull indeed by comparison. These photos also show a few extra LED lighting elements that are very cool and unique.
Especially if the lower sills are not painted – which many American trucks are not. Generally, the 3.0-liter Supercharged V6 is shipping to dealers without painted bumpers and lower sills, which is reserved for the Supercharged V8 models.
So if you are in a V6 Range Rover Sport – these upgrades are doubly worthwhile.
STARTECH Widebody – REAR BUMPER
This piece is also wonderful. It looks so cool and premium with the vertical exhausts and side spats. Very well-done.
CAN YOU BUY JUST SINGLE PIECES?
Generally, all these parts are available individually as well as in a full conversion. The interior is subjective, and a few of the exterior mods seem like overkill if you are feeling frugal.
StarTech has installation centers in the United States, or would likely work with you to have the parts shipped to the local body shop of your choice for installation.
No pricing is immediately available, but I would ball-park about $10,000 for this StarTech Widebody upgrade, and $4,000 more for the wheel/tire package — which will be needed to fill up the wider arches fully.
Range Rover Sport STARTECH Widebody