Bavarian tuner, Loder1899, has outfitted a Range Rover Evoque diesel with a little more muscle!
<!--more-->If you've seen the movie 'Stargate' (1994), then you'd probably remember having seen a few men donning an intricate looking hi-tech mask that resembled either a dog (Anubis) or a bird.
The one that depicts the head of a bird (actually it's a Falcon), resembles one of the oldest Egyptian deities known as Horus, which its name has been given to this particular Lodder1899 creation.
Though we've got difficulties trying to claw out any bird-like resemblances that it's supposed to have, perhaps you can establish the link between the two?
Loder1899 has outfitted this particular Evoque with a completely new bumper that's got integrated flared fenders and a very much more aggressive rear diffuser.
Of course, with anything gone wider, it is usually complimented by a lowered suspension and outfitted with an overly large 23" x 11" Elements IV rims, thinly wrapped by 315/35 Michelin Pilot Sport tyres.
Loder1899 created the Range Rover Evoque Horus around the Evoque SD4, which features 2.2L turbo diesel engine that produces a stock 188bhp and 420Nm of torque. But, not to worry, Loder1899 has a tuning package that gives it an extra 25bhp and 80Nm of torque, which lands it at a final 215bhp and 500Nm of torque at 5,000rpm.
This allows the Horus to accelerate from zerothundred in 8.2 seconds (0.3 seconds faster than stock) and tops out at 210kmh.
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