- Horsepower @ RPM:
- 2.0 L
- Top Speed:
- 135 mph (Est.)
Perfection is the name of the game with Kahn Design, and its latest creation is no exception. This beautiful Audi Q3 2.0 is a wonderful blend of performance and ruggedness, with a few custom touches that make it worth a head turn.
Starting with an Audi Q3, Kahn works its usual magic both inside and outside the all-wheel-drive crossover. The minimalist changes are a reflection of what the Q3’s owner and Kahn Design collaborated together to create.
The majority of changes have taken place inside the Q3, with the beautifully stitched, quilted and perforated seats to go along with red-faced instrument gauges. Outside, 20-inch RS-XF wheels in silver platinum are wrapped in 255/45R20 performance rubber with painted brake calipers shining through.
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2013 Audi Q3 2.0 TDI by Kahn Design in Detail
The classy, 20-inch, silver-platinum rims are a subtle contrast to the arctic white paint and match nicely with the chrome pieces that accent the Audi’s exterior.
They say looks can kill, but after seeing these seats, we say looks can also provide comfort. The custom stitch work and quilting on these premium leather seats make a Lay-Z-Boy recliner look like park bench.
These red-faced gauges give a sporty touch to the mechanically unchanged crossover. Kahn left alone the 2.0-liter TDI powerplant that generates 177 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque that’s sent to all four wheels through a manual transmission.
We love the custom touches Kahn has done to this Q3. The knockout interior and beautiful wheels set it just far enough apart to be different, but not so much that it looks gaudy. Tastefulness reigns king here.
The Audi Q3 2.0 by A. Kahn Design is a luxury mini SUV that combines elegant performance with rugged practicality.
Designed to shatter existing dispositions - the Kahn Audi Q3 2.0 deliberately avoids the traditional ‘boxy’ look of an SUV, even though alterations to this vehicle are minimal to say the least, and this is certainly not an oversight on the part of A.Kahn Design, In some cases refinement by means of a minimalist approach results in a happy medium between luxury and design.
With its smooth 10x20 RS-XF wheels in silver platinum (complete with 255x45x20” tyres), painted brake calipers, Kahn enamel wing shields, Amalfi White silhouette,privacy tinted glass and Kahn enamel tailgate logo go hand in hand with the coupe-like roof line and smooth, sweeping lines, ensuring an abundance of sporty character.
Essentially it’s a crossover vehicle designed mostly for the open road, but the raised ride height and optional four-wheel-drive will do a decent job of treading over rugged tracks.
The Kahn Audi Q3’s sculpted seats accentuate the natural look and smoothness of opulent quilted and perforated front and rear black leather seats complete with the customary Kahn investing in British Industry logo and Kahn rev counter facia in red, underline true British craftsmanship found in the interior of this vehicle.
The display of this sumptuous interior does not present any practical drawbacks. One of the things that differentiate A. Kahn Design from the rest is the ability to work with the customer to design and create a truly unique interior to their own specifications and the very highest standards. The ability to put together a limitless palette of colours of fabric, leather, trim pieces and more, is something that makes your automobile special and uniquely yours.
The company philosophy is to always give the customer what they want, so Afzal Kahn could for example, design you a vehicle with a full colour change (to a colour of your choice) and an interior akin to, let’s say your favourite leather reclining chair in your living room. Customers could also change the colour of the clock, or indeed, ask for anything else.
A. Kahn Design is for the individual who will not submit to a life of uniformity and who will only accept perfection. Dedicated to the creation of luxury bespoke vehicles, we redesign the ordered monotony of mass produced vehicles and rebuild them into individually tailored creations.