Project Kahn Rolls Royce Drophead Coupe

It's a well known the fact that Project Kahn have a habit of making cars even more luxurious than they actually are, implementing a set of new elements that improve the exterior look. Their latest creation is a Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe that now comes with 22-inch wheels, especially “designed to accommodate the original center cap,” as the British tuner explained.

The exterior styling modifications also include the Project Kahn clear side lights while the interior incorporates a whole set of changes, including napa leather and steering wheel finished in piano black and carbon fiber.

“The ultimate in luxury road travel is the Rolls Royce Phantom. Project Kahn takes the Phantom to its final stage by adding subtle styling modifications and a full interior conversion. The RS-D and the RS-RR wheels suit the Rolls Royce perfectly, giving the vehicle a sleek and prestigious appearance, whilst the interior is customized to exact customer specifications,” Project Kahn said.

Other feature highlights include privacy tinted glass plus a couple of various accessories such as the Kahn keyring and the Kahn lightweight golfing umbrella with carbon fiber shaft.

The base Rolls Royce Drophead Coupe was officially introduced in 2007 at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The handmade convertible is based on the 2003 Rolls Royce Phatom and shares some parts with the 100EX, a concept car unveiled by the British automaker in 2004.

This luxurious vehicle comes with a single engine configuration, namely a 6.75-liter V12 unit that produces maximum power of 460 hp and a torque of 720 Nm. It reaches a maximum speed of 149 mph (240 km/h) with a 0 to 100 km/h acceleration done in about 5.9 seconds.
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