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Kahn Armored Rolls-Royce Ghost

Rolls-Royce offered the Phantom range a facelift at the Geneva Motor Show and while everybody enjoyed this, there were some who were concerned that the Ghost, the “entry-level” model of the company, feel bad for being kept out of the spotlights. British tuner Kahn is now here to change all that by introducing a tuning project based on the latter.
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The company chose a series of subtle changes, with the only exception being a set of 22-inch Silver Mist wheels that use a diamond polish and keep the original center cap.

As for the aforementioned goodies, Kahn dressed the vehicle in a shadow line finish, introducing a pack that includes clear side light repeaters, headlight surrounds, window surrounds, taillight decorative elements surrounds, as well as under floor lighting.

In addition to that, customers can also opt for bullet resistant glass, and armor for the body, products that are included in the tuner’s high security range.

As for the interior, Kahn invites customers to create their own custom cabin, being ready to satisfy their needs. The company goes as far as telling us to ditch the individual rear seats: “You could forget the reclining individual rear chairs: you can instead go for a single sofa bench, like one of those old-style double seats in the back of the cinema.”

 
 
 
 
 

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