British tuner and bespoke stylist Kahn Design is well known for applying extravagant design details to old workhorses like the Defender. This time around they’ve started with a new Discovery Sport, Land Rover’s lightest-duty off-roader, and given it the full downtown treatment.
Officially called the Black Label Edition, Kahn kept the exterior changes to a minimum, basically changing out the factory wheels for 20-inch versions of it RS-XF wheels finished in black. The grilles, sump guard and rear bumper trims have been changed from their standard bright finish to body-matched Santorini Black.
The interior is where the team spent its time, converting the conventional seating into a canvas for expressive leatherwork. The flat panels of the factory leather have been replaced with wild herringbone-patterned inserts in a rich crimson tone, giving the little Disco the look of a much more exotic vehicle.
The door panel inserts and caps, are trimmed in matching Alcantara suede, as are the steering wheel center and center console uprights. Machined aluminum pedals round out the package.
Not currently available stateside, the Discovery Sport Black Label Edition, as equipped with the 2.0-liter TD4 diesel engine, can be had in the UK for £49,423, or roughly $70,000.