Kahn Design has quite recently disclosed three new tuned Range Rover models under the Project Kahn moniker. As we’ve started to anticipate from the British tuning firm, the progressions found all through these three models aren’t over-the-top and rather include an additional feeling of hostility to the autos while holding the class which Range Rovers are known for.
Leading we have the Project Kahn Range Rover Sport 3.0 Tdv6 Rs300 based around the past era 4×4 fan. It incorporates a set of 22-inch wheels completed in matte dark. Somewhere else, a widebody pack has been introduced with the flared curves joined with a modified front belt joining an alternate grille, two unpretentious mist lights and another guard.
Further changes found on the Project Kahn Rs300 incorporate a top spoiler, a tailgate spoiler, new back guard and a changed fumes framework.
The Project Kahn RS-600 has likewise been made with it based around the current Range Rover Autobiography 4.4 Sdv8 LWB. Similarly as with practically all A. Kahn Design items, it incorporates another bodykit comprising of amended sashes front and back and additionally sparkle dark wheels, a brought down ride tallness and an uniquely designated inside with brilliant orange cowhide all through.
At last there is Project Kahn’s Range Rover 600-LE 3.0 TDV Vogue Luxury Edition completed in a shade named Volcanic Rock Satin. Close by the new paint, it incorporates an unique bodykit and gleam dark wheels concealing gold brake calipers.