LARTE Design Range Rover Sport WINNER Styling Kit in 26 New Photos


Updated 2.8.15

The Larte Design WINNER kit for the Range Rover Sport is now available to order!  Who would have thought… seven items to make any RRS so cool and stylish!?

There are no shortage of custom upgrades for the new Range Rover Sport, but this latest kit from Larte Design is instantly one of the most distinctive.

A gloss black dip for all the trim elements and the new alloys sets the tone, while new bumpers front and rear are fresh and angular like the best supercars.A new pair of white LED DRL’s live in the lower intakes, and an F1-inspired rear central brake light shines bright red from the lower bumper.

The new three-pod grille insert is a fresh take on the RRS style – and is one of the coolest parts of the upgrade. It integrates well with the black hood and blue accent on this demo truck.

We’re big fans of the Larte Design style. Sales are available of these upgrades globally, with customers in Europe and now California able to have their trucks upgraded locally.

No word on pricing but interested shoppers can check out all the Larte styles and get in touch via their website, linked below.





Front bumper 



Rear bumper 



Set of daytime running lights 



Radiator grill 



Emblem small 



Emblem as a shield 



Reflectors set 






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LARTE Design Range Rover Sport WINNER



Range Rover Sport “Winner”

The recently released kit includes a distinctly designed front guard characterized by three trapezoid frames. The aggressive and dynamic design includes a number of irregular polygons, air inlets and light steps including fine blue demarcation lines which accent the entire body of the vehicle. 

Hidden in the upper spoiler are LED daytime running lights by German supplier Nolden. A black band extends the roof and connects at the rear to add contrast to the sporty look.

Small spoiler fins, fine air inlets and boomerang-shaped grids are also featured along the sides. The kit is completed with a Remus exhaust system with black chrome-plated tail pipes and sits on black alloy wheels rrs

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