Aston Martin Cygnet Targeted by Project Kahn

Aston Martin has made a lot of efforts to make sure the Cygnet comes a long way from its base, the Toyota iQ. The Cygnet is a vehicle that is trying to redefine city transportation, as well as the British automaker’s range, so it has a heavy burden on its fenders. However, it seems that there are some who are willing to take the little vehicle even further into the premium woods. Getting to the point, we’ll tell you that Project Kahn announced it is currently developing a modification package for the Cygnet.

The British tuning company has also released an image of a Kahn-branded Cygnet. However, the project is still in the early development stage, so the only changes we can see are a set of generously-sized lightweight rims, which use a multi-spoke design and a Kahn number plate.

Actually, the aftermarket developer explains that the ideas for the project are still running around in its head, which means that we could expect anything, from a gentle touch to a complex makeover that would turn the vehicle into a completely different animal.

Here’s how the tuner describes the project on its website: “Project Kahn is pleased to announce that they have plans to produce brand new conversion kits for the Aston Martin Cygnet. Brain storming sessions are being carried out as we speak, with the designer A. Kahn himself present.

If you ask us, what we really care about are the tech mods - we’d really love to see the Cygnet offer proper performance.
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