German tuning house, Startech, has revealed its reimagined Land Rover Discovery to be revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show this month.

SUBSIDIARY OF BRABUS, Startech, has tweaked the new Land Rover Discovery giving it a sportier, more on-road focused look. It will be revealed to the public at the Frankfurt Motor Show this month.

The tweaking includes a new body kit, bespoke 22-inch alloys and an updated interior “tailored to the customer’s personal preferences in every last aspect”. According to Startech, its aim was to reduce the vehicle’s off-road look and create something more suited to the road… “The front spoiler attaches to the production bumper and impresses with its distinctive design with raised side flaps. Thanks to its sophisticated shape, the aerodynamic-enhancement component also reduces front axle lift at high speeds.

“To match the new front-end looks, STARTECH offers an add-on component for the rear bumper. It features characteristically shaped integrated tailpipe embellishers, which are combined with the stock exhaust system, and a center section shaped like a diffuser. Thanks to its clever design, this component can also be installed on vehicles fitted with a trailer hitch.”

There are Union Jack inserts on the front fenders and the show car features a gloss black bonnet and roof. On the inside, Startech said the level of customization is only bound by the owner’s imagination, with basic changes including scuff plates with backlit STARTECH logo and floor mats also sporting the logo, to aluminum pedals and footrest.

“Requests for more extensive interior refinement can be fulfilled by the STARTECH upholstery shop with interiors crafted from the finest leather and Alcantara in a virtually endless variety of colors and in any desired upholstery design. In addition, STARTECH also offers all owners of a Land Rover Discovery the possibility to upgrade their vehicles with noble wood and carbon trim sets tailored to personal preferences in every detail. There are practically no limits with regard to colors and surface finishes for these components either”.


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