Kahn Design

Kahn Design

There doesn’t seem to be an end in sight with Kahn Design’s fascination for building aftermarket programs for the Range Rover Evoque . We’ve already seen a couple of versions in the past, but we have to admit, this latest one, called the Vesuvius Copper Edition, blows anything they’ve made out of the water.

The Vesuvius Copper Evoque comes with a completely different - and better look! - than any other program we’ve seen for the SUV. Kahn Design fitted new front and rear bumper spoilers that dramatically alter the Evoque’s appearance. In addition, a new front grille was also added, as well as new fog lamps, LED running lights in the front bumper, privacy glass, stainless steel cross hair exhausts with a twin central tailpipe finished in black, a new set of 22" RS600 wheels finished in matte gray to offer a nice contrast from the SUV’s "Vesuvius Copper" exterior, and brake calipers finished in the same color of the body.

Moving into the interior, the Vesuvius Copper Evoque was treated with a package that features seats dressed in black quilted and perforated leather with Alcantara inserts and Vesuvius copper detailing. Sick as sick can be. From there, the rev counter and speedometer have been turned to red while the central glove box comes in a diamond quilted dress up. From there, the piano black carbon trim also adds a touch of sophistication to the interior look while the Vesuvius sports steering wheel comes with copper stitching. Finally, Kahn badging is present throughout the interior while the heated seats, floor mats, and aluminum machined foot pedals round out the program.

Kahn Design has become a reliable tuning company as far as building programs for a wide variety of vehicles. Unlike other tuners that specialize on a specific automaker, Kahn just tunes anything and everything.

Their latest example involves the 2012 Jeep Wrangler , which they’ve bestowed as the Military Edition. The copper paintwork on the utility vehicle adds a rugged look while the set of 20-inch smoked black alloy wheels offers a nice complement to it. Other modifications on the Wrangler include the addition of xenon crosshair headlamps, a black fuel filler cap, a rear wheel cover, tinted windows, mud flaps, brake calipers finished in the same copper color as the body paint, and a new sports exhaust system with twin tailpipes.

The British tuner is offering the Wrangler Military Edition for a wide variety of Wrangler models with the entire program priced at £41,875, which is around $65,100 based on current exchange rates.

While the world is preparing to say good bye to the Aston Martin DBS , more and more tuners have turned their attention to the car that became famous thanks to its part in the James Bond movie Casino Royale. The latest package comes from British tuner Kahn Design who has tried to offer the DBS an alluring combination of style, sophistication, majesty, convention, comfort, and practicality.

Kahn’s package doesn’t include any power upgrades, but it does include a smoky exterior finish befitting of a spy. It has matte black front splitters, privacy tinted glass, a matte black rear diffuser, and a matte grey twin exhaust system. Adding to the look is a lowered sports suspension, which displays the new set of diamond cut smoked black Kahn 21" RSX-F wheels (available in 9 x 20) highlighted by the red brake calipers. Not much was done to the interior except for exquisite black Alcantara sports seats and a steering wheel complete with white stitching, but with Kahn’s tuning packages, customers can always ask for any array material and color combinations.

Power remains with the hand-built V12 engine producing a total of 510 hp at 6500 rpm.

We’re thinking that Azfal Kahn and his people at Kahn Design needed a little break from all the Range Rover programs they’ve been releasing for the past couple of months.

What better way to take on a fresh project than by presenting a new styling program for the Ferrari 458 Italia.

In developing the new modifications for the Italian super car, Kahn Design went for an aerodynamic body kit that features new front and rear bumper sections, both of which have been finished in a matte pearl gray finish. The program also consists of a rear diffuser, side skirts, and even a roof that also carries the same matte pearl gray paint finish. Rounding out the upgrades are a new set of 21" and 22" forged alloy wheels that come with the same - you guessed it - matte pearl gray shade. The new wheels are then complemented by new ceramic brakes and yellow brake calipers.

As for the interior, Kahn has always allowed its customers to customize the cabin of their own vehicles, although the British tuner did say that this particular program will have black Daytona leather electric sports seats.

This week is a pretty big deal in England because no less than Her Royal Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, will be celebrating her diamond jubilee celebration.

And to no one’s surprise, British tuner extraordinaire Azfal Kahn and his peeps over at Kahn Design have decided to unveil their latest creation: the Range Rover Westminster Black Label Edition.

The commemorative vehicle features Kahn’s new aerodynamic styling package that includes a plethora of new components, highlighted by front and rear bumper replacements, new side skirts, LED daytime running lights in the front and rear lower bumper sections and liquid gold brake calipers.

Moreover, the package also consists of matte details, particularly the matte black tailgate trim, door handles, front bumper fog light surrounds, and side vents. Meanwhile, the front bumper lower bar and the rear diffuser both get finished in matte pearl gray, while the grille running bars have been styled in dark chrome. Rounding out the exterior modifications are a new set of 22" Kahn RS two-piece wheels and vanity plates that read "4HRH".

Inside, the "regal" modifications continue in the form of a bespoke-clad cabin that’s complemented by an RS-quilted and perforated black leather with contrast stitching, a diamond gear selector, a Churchill time clock facia insert and a Kahn key ring in red enamel.

Usually when someone says Kahn Design, we automatically think about updated Land Rover models. This time, however, the British tuner is changing things up a bit with a new package based on the BMW X5 . This particular model is priced at £23,875 ($38,300 at the current exchange rates), but any customer who owns a 2007+ X5 can order the Kahn package for £2,150 ($3,450 at the current rates).

On the exterior, the most impressive changes are the new Kahn Design RSL wheels in Silver Palladium Finish. Next to the new wheels, the package also includes new front and rear bumpers, wider wheel arches, a sports lowering suspension, and Liquid Red brake calipers.

The interior includes stunning quilted perforated leather interior seats and a Kahn glove box complete with carbon effect inserts. Customers will also get a black Alcantara steering wheel and of course, plenty of "Kahn" badges.

Hit the jump to see the full specifications list.

This isn’t Kahn’s first go-around with the Vesuvius package - earlier this year, they announced the 2012 Range Rover Sport Vesuvius Edition - but this new rendition is just as striking. The tuning firm has applied the same Vesuvius package to the scintillating Evoque , which means the luxury SUV has been painted in a very cool Vesuvius orange to give that striking appearance that screams for attention.

Next to this amazing color, the Evoque has also received a full conversion kit for both the exterior and interior. For the exterior, the new Evoque Vesuvius Edition features a new front bumper, rear diffuser and side vents, all in matte pearl gray. These subtle features are highlighted by Vesuvius Orange brake calipers. The car sits on a new set of 21" unique RSXF wheels combined with a lowering sports suspension system.

For the interior, Kahn covered the door panel tops in quilted and perforated leather with orange stitching interior, while a combination of black quilted and perforated leather with alcantara inserts and Vesuvius orange leather was used for the entire car.

If you are interested, you can have the car for a total of £48,875, or about $79,000 at the current exchange rates.

Ever the expert in tuning programs for the Range Rover , Kahn Design still manages to build some unique packages, further illustrating just how good these guys are when it comes to working on the British SUV brand.

For their latest program, Kahn Design turned their attention towards the Range Rover Sport which they’re calling the Capital City Edition. To keep with their fresh approach in tuning Range Rovers, Kahn Design fitted the Capital City Edition with an RS600 body kit that includes a new front lip, a new rear diffuser, a unique two-tone, tinted windows, smoked lights, and a white-and-red finish with a predominantly white color on the car. This is matched with a red bonnet or a striped red bonnet, and plenty of other red details on the car. In addition, Kahn Design also fitted the Range Rover Sport Capital City Edition with a new set of 22" RS600 wheels finished in matte grey with a red outer lip.

For the interior, Kahn Design will provide a black leather treatment with red accents. Add that to new components like a Kahn instrument binnacle, a new steering wheel, a quilted leather upholstery and aluminum accents and pedals, and you have an overall program that not only speaks to the awesomeness of the Range Rover Sport Capital City Edition, but to the level of expertise Kahn Design continues to exhibit.

Before anybody gets their mighty morphins’ on, we’d like to qualify that this tuned up Range Rover isn’t an ode to the once fearless leader of the Power Rangers. No, it doesn’t have anything to do with the 90’s kiddie show. What it actually is is the latest program from the always busy tuning company, Kahn Design.

Always one to put forth the best product for its loyal customers, Kahn Design has come out with a new program for the Range Rover that they have christened the "Red Ranger." As you can expect from the use of the name, this Range Rover comes dressed with a deep red finish that offers a nice contrast to the black accents fitted into the car. Kahn Design also added an extensive aerodynamic body kit that comprises of a new carbon fiber front grille, side air vents, new front and rear bumper trims, extended front and rear lip spoilers, front LED strips, side skirts, wheel arch extensions, quad exhaust tailpipes, and last but certainly not least, a new set of 22" Kahn RS600 wheels.

As far as the interior is concerned, Kahn Design opted to reverse the color scheme, using black leather and carbon fiber trims as the main ingredient with red touches on the door panels and the leather stitching.

A lot of Kahn’s programs are impressive, but we like the Range Rover "Red Ranger" for its simplistic - yet classy - appeal. Either way, it’s another tremendous program from the folks that have made a living impressing us all.

After showing off the Vesuvius edition, Kahn Design is offering up a new tuning package based on the Porsche Cayenne . As usual, Kahn didn’t provide any changes under the hood, but made some aesthetically pleasing changes on the exterior and the interior.

The exterior package includes new vented front and rear wide wheel arches, integrated LED daylight running lights for front wheel arch vents, lower boot lid spoiler, liquid red brake calipers, full colour coded bumpers with matte pearl gray inserts, carbon fibre detailing on front bumper sections.

The tuner is also offering new sport suspensions springs and a new Kahn stainless steel quad exhaust system. The car sits on a new set of 22" Kahn RS600 wheels.

For the interior, the tuner is offering a blend of quilted claret and perforated leather with the speedo and rev counter fascia in red and cream. The tuner is also offering their customers the possibility to express their own personality when customizing the car’s interior.

If you want to buy this car, expect to pay £77,875 - or about $125,000 at the current exchange rates.


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