The Brits from AutoExpress have tested a custom Range Rover Evoque prepped by Italian tyre manufacturer Marangoni.
Apart from being fitted with the brand’s M-Power, bright red tires wrapped in multi-spoke design light alloy wheels, the Evoue has received a subtle paint job, a carbon fiber body kit and a set of tiny Italian flags on the door mirrors.
The interior of the Marangoni Range Rover Evoque is highlighted by the bright rear roof lining, the seats wrapped in alcantara featuring contrasting red stitching and the various pieces of carbon that were also added.
In the Evoque’s boot, Marangoni has added three high-pressure fuel tanks filled with hydrogen and natural gas which not only add around 100 extra horsepower (standard output increased from 237 bhp to 296 bhp), but also lower the car’s CO2 emissions by close to 30 percent. 
How does this more powerful and more eco friendly Evoque measure up to the standard model? Well follow the jump and see for yourself.
 
 
 
Video : Marangoni Range Rover Evoque Teasted

Source: Auto Express via YouTube