Login in with

  • Mercedes-Benz logo
  • Hyundai logo
  • Lorinser logo
  • Chrysler logo
  • Jeep logo

2012 Kahn Jeep Wrangler Military Edition Restoration Project

Jeep, Kahn
Posted by Lidia Todorova on 30 May 2012

2012 Kahn Jeep Wrangler Military Edition Restoration Project is the latest work of the talented UK based Kahn tuning team. Although the vehicle was already in exploitation for more than 70 000 miles, Afzal Kahn took the challenge to transform it. The result is as expected – outstanding!

The overall result is that this unique military grey metallic vehicle can now proudly run through the streets of any big city, where it can show-off its splendid appeal.

For this amazing new look, the Jeep had to undergo several upgrades, which include: meshed front grill, gold finished calipers, quad exhaust system, rear wheel cover, smoked side lights and repeaters, petrol flat cap in billet mat black, mud flaps hardwearing, aluminum machined foot pedals, smoked side lights and repeaters, sat-navigation, reverse camera, blue tooth, dial fascia clocks and LED driving lights. In the end all is rounded up with the branded rear wheel cover.

2012 Kahn Jeep Wrangler Military Edition Restoration Project

Furthermore, the blank rear window sections and LED lights can be made from bullet-proof glass. This of course depends on the level of protection required. The interior of this tuned Wrangler is wrapped in red. In particular - red quilted leather seats, dial fascia clocks and more elements in the same color.

And as you can see, the last touch in this restoration project is the wheels, which namely are Kahn RS wheels in 9 x 20 in black. Their unique characteristic is that they have simple clean lines, soft organic surfaces on the edge of the spoke and a purposeful mechanical centre, thus giving the military vehicle more elegant outlook.

View All (3) Pictures
2012 Kahn Jeep Wrangler Military Edition Restoration Project, 1 of 3
2012 Kahn Jeep Wrangler Military Edition Restoration Project, 2 of 32012 Kahn Jeep Wrangler Military Edition Restoration Project, 3 of 3

Source: Kahn Design