Re: Range Rover pick-up??? Whats your take on this
The main (or so I thought) use for a pickup is the ability to haul crap around.
So they made a pickup, with LESS space for the aforementioned crap, than an original MkIV Range Rover?
I don't see how the rear seats fold flat now, to allow more room for more crap.
No doubt it's still full of luxury and they did an excellent job, but you just have to ask....Why?
To get less storage? Pay more for an already very expensive rig? Then be unable to sell it afterwards because it is such a niche market that would buy that thing?
I'm all for doing something for the sake of doing it, hell I have a 6.0 LSx engine and 4L60E transmission in my own lowly P38, but there HAS to be an improvement somewhere doesn't there? I see non here....
Looks like they removed it. Probably too blatantly copied and illegal?
Another member posted another kit from same site and now it too only goes to the home page. They were the Lumma kit for US $1000. The entire Lumma bumpers and body panels, quad exhaust and LEDs for $3000. They had the Lumma logo, and splash too. Obviously knockoff. Looks likes primed pieces you have to paint though because they were black and matte gray. Looks like like they took a mold of Lumma and shamelessly duplicated. I thought it was ridiculous to advertise them side by side with photos and prices of the genuine Lumma right off Lumma's site though. Workmanship was not on par with the genuine ones as far as I can tell, much like the knockoff évoque probably 3D scanned and reproduced. Good body shop maybe able to have decent finished install that might not be too easy to tell from the real one. The catch is the dirt cheap prices provably you get what you pay for.
Crazy how they just freely copy everything and sell for throw away prices from China. This ones could be ordered in the U.S. Sure they will pop up again if they are selling. The SVR rear bumper with the Lumma squared off quad exhaust I mean.