MANHART’s RV 650 Dips the Range Rover in Gold

Wuppertal, Germany-based, MANHART, is known internationally for its affinity for automotive restoration modifications. Since its 1986 founding by Wilfried and Günther Manhart, the company has reimagined vehicles spanning BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Lang Rover, Range Rover, Porsche, Audi and more. Now the brand is extending its Range Rover mod catalog with the reveal of its new RV 650.

The one-off build sees a striking glossy black design that is accented with gold strips and decorative trims. The SUV is based on the Range Rover P350 and has been crafted as an exclusive build for a customer in Eastern Europe. Moving inside the vehicle, MANHART has tossed the interior in Bordeaux red and gold leather. The series of decorative accents also extend to the dashboard, steering wheel and center console.

Under the hood, MANHART boosted the 4.4-liter V* engine from the BMW range to fit the SUV – pushing its 530 hp and 750 NM to 653 hp and 900 Nm. Additionally, the RV 650 features a stainless steel sports exhaust system finished with four matte black 100mm tailpipe trims. Other finishing details include MANHART Forged Line alloy wheels, LED lights, radiator grille and the Range Rover name in gold on the hood.

Take a look at MANHART’s 1 of 1 Range Rover RV 650 in the gallery above.
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