Kahn Design has been lately famous for the Flying Huntsman project. After the successful Flying Huntsman 6x6 concept revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in March, the latest addition in the family was the Defender Pick-up that caused a lot of controversial comments.
They were mainly in terms of the strange front to rear lengthening. The two-door Defender-based pick up actually includes more than 15 inches to the standard 90-inch wheelbase. The lengthening adds 400 mm to the bonnet and 150 mm added to the width. This results in a huge difference between the lengths of the rear-bed and front hood.
Anyway, the British tuner has been obviously planning another ambitious project. What is currently available as information is that the next project will be also based on another British classic. It will be called Vengeance and will feature Kahn's specific WB12 (a.k.a wide body).
Next to the teaser, the tuner announced that the car will be built in Coventry and will be a two-door coupe in "hammer formed aluminium". What we also know for sure is that the official images of the vehicle will be released this week. My personal guess, judging from the teaser and available data, is that we will see an Aston Martin. Probably a Vantage. What's yours?
Following the success of his Flying Huntsman 6x6 concept at the Geneva Motor Show in March, featured recently on BBC1 in the One Show, British designer Afzal Kahn has announced another ambitious new project.
Kahn Design's coachbuilding division is poised to launch a new British retro classic - the WB12 (Wide Body) "Vengeance" - a fully coachbuilt, 2 door coupe in hammer formed aluminium, to be manufactured in Coventry, the automotive heartland of the UK.
Full images of the car along with a full press release will be available next week.
Source: Kahn Design