Lumma Design has offered its wide-body take on the Range Rover Velar, and now, here’s a different approach. The Velar receives an aesthetics makeover courtesy of Urban Automotive, which has given the recently launched Range Rover model visual tweaks to its exterior. Reductive design? Not when tuning houses can lay their hands on the Velar.

Changes include replacement carbon-fibre front and rear bumpers, and for the latter there is a front splitter in exposed carbon-fibre with a clear coat finish. Front air intakes also feature while its side intakes feature daytime running lights, while a rear diffuser and a set of billet aluminium exhaust tip finishers in satin black capping a valved exhaust system are part of the Urban Automotive makeover kit.

The Velar’s roof here gets a two-tone satin black and gloss black finish, while closer to the road surface a matching set of staggered, 23-inch forged alloy wheels are housed underneath extended wheel arches. Urban Automotive will commence roll-out of the customised Velar in November, with deliveries set for the following month.

For now, Urban Automotive will apply its visual changes to petrol-engined Velars, of which the company has reportedly purchased 14 units for this exercise. No prices have been listed, though the petrol-only selection for an Urban Automotive-tweaked Velar leaves the choice of the 2.0 litre Ingenium four-cylinder petrol with 250 PS, or the 3.0 litre supercharged V6 petrol producing 380 PS.

GALLERY: Range Rover Velar