Project Kahn Transforms Range Rover
British design and tuning house A. Kahn Design has worked its magic on a new Range Rover to produce the 600-LE Luxury Edition. The customized Range Rover has been reworked both inside and out, and is powered by a 3.0 TDV6.
Underneath its Volcanic Rock Satin paint, the Range Rover’s original bumpers and grille have been replaced with restyled pieces that feature carbon fiber inserts and three-dimensional mesh inserts. The chrome side vents are now carbon fiber as well.
Two pairs of exhaust tips poke through the rear valence, though there’s no word on actual performance enhancements. Kahn claims the extended roof spoiler, however, not only looks sportier but also adds downforce.
The roof itself is finished in gloss black for a subtle contrast, matching the 9.5″ x 23″ Kahn RS-2 alloy wheels wrapped in 285/35-23 tires. Gold-painted brake calipers provide the only splash of color on the blacked out Rangie.
Inside, the 600-LE has been retrimmed in perforated black Nappa leather. The seat inserts have been stitched in a pattern that resembles a metallic bracelet on a luxury timepiece. Stainless steel sill plates and custom aluminum pedals finish off the interior.
The murdered-out exterior may be a bit too mafia-chic for our tastes, but the interior treatment certainly works.
Source: A. Kahn Design