Jeep Wrangler became a base for Evolution HF 280 SUV’s creation

December 12, 2016 at 8:14 pm

Hofele Design tuning studio has used the platform of Jeep Wrangler and manufactured Evolution HF 280 model. The off-road car has received a different low grille and up rated front bumper, that makes a car larger.

Evolution HF 280 SUV on the base of Jeep Wrangler picture

Evolution HF 280 SUV on the base of Jeep Wrangler picture

Jeep looks powerful. Evolution HF 280 novelty distinguishes from the standard one by another glossy black wheel arches. A hardtop has a low view because of the design elements at the windows. For the saloon finishing, the tuners have used good leather with double stitching, for example for chairs covering. This finish is often found in a Bentley than in the Wrangler. The new off-road car will be available in five colors in addition to brown and beige ones.

The saloon's leather finishing image

The saloon’s leather finishing image

Hofele Design studio has also worked on the technical equipment of Evolution HF 280 SUV. On the hood there is installed a domed bowl plus two integrated air vents, providing an additional cooling. Optionally, the driver can order a panel on the roof with LED headlights. Under the hood, the novelty has a 2.8-liter diesel engine generating 222 horsepower and 520 N/m of torque. To increase the output of the car there was installed a stainless steel exhaust system with oval tailpipes.