Project Kahn Davis Mark II Edition Released
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The Range Rover Sport (the tuner used the 3.0 TDV6 SE model as a base) is dressed in an expressive body kit, also using matt pearl grey door handles, LED strip lights in the front arches, red rubber side steps and red calipers.
It rides on refreshed RS-R rims, which mark the 16th anniversary of the RS-R model. These come in a 22-inch size and use a simple design.
Project Kahn made sure that the passengers enjoy the bespoke interior, offering a quilted red leather finish, a Kahn billet steering wheel, as well as branded mats and aluminum foot pedals. In addition to that, the tuner also fitted an RS300 rev counter, speedo, time clock and stainless steel door entry sills.
“The ‘Davis Mark II Edition’ is about taking Land Rover personalization on a whole new level. We provide our customers with the opportunity to express one’s individuality. And they can have whatever they want,” stated the press release.
“Afzal Kahn could, for example, design for you a vehicle with an exterior the colour of your jeans and an interior with seats the same shade of lets say, a grey T-shirt. Customers could change the colour of the clock, or ask for anything else, the world is their oyster, so to speak.”
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