Project Kahn is More Confident with its Range Rover RS-650 Edition
This Range Rover is not only exceptionally beautiful, but it is also a pure expression of Project Kahn's signature style. It was shown at the Geneva Motor Show next to the amazing Flying Huntsman 110 WB 6x6 Concept. So if you were lucky enough to visit the show, then you have probably seen it. The complete body color change as well as some other additional tweaks is what makes the car so impressive.
Next to the new Volcanic Rock Satin exterior paint scheme, the tuners have added to this Range Rover contrasting floating roof. Further highlights here include the new piano black side vents, tailgate strip and chin spoiler.
But if you take a careful look at the front and rear of the car, then you'll definitely see that the bumpers there have been entirely redesigned. Precisely, they are made of lightweight carbon composite. All of this is mixed with exposed carbon fibre detailing and complemented by widened wheel arches with integrated air dams.
New for the bumpers are also the 3D mesh inserts on all intakes, in contrast to the front fog lights which stay the same as the original vehicle. The front grille also received some enhancements in terms of new floating insert.
At the back, the vehicle can proudly show-off with extended roof wing and boot lid spoiler, both made of lightweight carbon, as well as new stainless steel quad crosshair exhaust system. RS-650 Edition rides on huge lightweight wheels that are accentuated via gold painted brake callipers.
Moving inside, this SUV is all wrapped in perforated black leather. To deliver some contrasts, the designers added a gold contrast stitching. In addition, changes have been made to the door tops and armrests, the fascia of the centre console, the instrument binnacle and steering wheel hub. At last, stainless steel has been chosen for the door sill plates, while machined aluminium – for the foot pedal set.
Source: Project Kahn