Project Kahn Commemorates Royal Wedding With a Maybach 57

Usually, when a royal wedding takes place the event is celebrated with special stamps, coins, books, cards and a range of other memorabilia, but car tuning companies are known for their lateral thinking. One such firm, and a famous one at that, has unveiled what it calls the ultimate commemorative vehicle to mark HRH Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding day.

The pearl white Project Kahn Maybach 57 comes with everything you’ll ever need for that very special day:
  • Wheels & Tyres: Kahn RS-D 9.5×22″ (Designed to accommodate original centre cap), Valve Caps
  • Paintwork & Finishing: Project Kahn Maybach 57 smoked rear lights
  • Interior Components: Project Kahn Interior Package
  • Safety and Security: Pentagon privacy glass
  • Accessories: Kahn Lightweight Golfing Umbrella with Carbon Fibre Shaft, Kahn Key Ring

The Maybach even gets an regal-sounding number plate: 4 HRH, which obviously represents “for His Royal
Highness”. The distinguished luxury saloon sits magnanimously at Project Kahn headquarters in Bradford as a fitting tribute to the royal couple.

“Project Kahn understands the meaning of traveling in style and with the conversion we perform on this prestige vehicle there is no more of a stylish way to travel. The 4 HRH number plate is worthy of befitting a vehicle such as the Project Kahn Maybach 57. And as a proud Englishman and designer, this is our way of wishing the royal couple many happy years together,” said Afzal Kahn.

We doubt that the Project Kahn commemorative model will make it as one of vehicles that will be used at the upcoming processions, but it should make one heck of wedding car for people who are into big rims, tinted windows and plush leather.
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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