First of all, the body kit brings a multi-spoke design 22-inch RS-L-based alloy wheel package finished in titanium silver. “The design ethos behind the RS-L wheel is to convey the ultimate in luxury executive aesthetics and ride the crest of contemporary style,” Project Kahn said.
“Our elegant and sculpted alloy wheel designs are evolved through skilled artistic innovation, state-of-the-art manufacturing and materials technology,” it added, praising the alloy wheel quality.
Interiors have been customized with piano black finish, “with more focus on the owner,” as the tuner said.
And this is not the only Range Rover customized by Project Kahn as the company also rolled out an upgraded Range Rover Sport designed in collaboration with engine specialist Cosworth. The aftermarket modifications boost the overall engine output to 300 bhp and also sport a number of aerodynamic styling upgrades. Multi-spoke 9.5 x 22-inch on front and 10 x 22-inch on rear wheels are shoed with 285x35x22 tires.
“The Cosworth Sport 300 is the first road car to wear the prestigious Cosworth badge for over a decade. The design of the 4x4 supercar has been significantly influenced by the dramatic and flamboyant appearances of the Ford and Mercedes Cosworth vehicles of the late 80s and early 90s,” the company said at the time of the Range Rover Sport unveiling.