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2011 Range Rover Military Edition by Kahn Design

Afzal Kahn and his fellows at Kahn Design probably know more about tuning Range Rovers than most people know how to brush their teeth. Over the years that they’ve been in business, that much has been clear.

The British tuning company’s latest Range Rover project is yet another example of the company’s innovativeness in coming out with programs for the luxury SUV.

This one is called the Military Edition, and true to it’s name, it’s been designed with plenty of high-end security design cues that makes it a virtual fortress on wheels.

The exterior of the Range Rover received a Metallic Military Grey paint finish while also getting fitted with a wide arch pace kit that comes with LED daylight lighting in the front arch extensions. Meanwhile, the program also includes an RS grille in carbon fiber finish with a Metallic Military Grey inner grille insert and black mesh. There’s also a front lip extension spoiler, also dressed in Metallic Military Grey and treated to a carbon fiber finish. Rounding out the exterior modifications are orange calipers, black rubber steps, Kahn badging, illuminated Kahn side sill plates, and a new set of 22" Kahn RS/R wheels.

Inside, the Range Rover Military Edition put in bullet-proof glass to ensure that the owners receive maximum protection from any and all threats that might come their way. Adding to the bullet proof glass is a bespoke interior that comes with an RS leather interior in black with grey insert panels, a quilted glove box, door tops and instrumental binnacle, a blue time clock with black Swarovski bezel, a Kahn billet steering wheel finished with grey top and bottom sections.

Needless to say, it’s another immaculate work coming from Kahn Design, which you can scoop up for £73,875, which is around $98,000 based on current exchange rates.



8 comments:

I’m sure the politician was the first one to grab this. It’s a good thing that this SUV comes in a luxurious form and provides security where the Military name comes from. 

This military range rover surely cost a fortune! And I can’t blame them for that. This luxury car has the angst of its own. Very attractive and one of a kind, as I must say.

It only looks like with the other Rover vehicle which is already kind a boring. Well, I hope that on their next vehicle, they would give a very different design and style on it.

How it became a luxury SUV? I really wonder on that, and I will surely wait for a further detail about that. Anyway, I think it is more impressive if they use a more powerful engine than on that.

I love the exclusivity of this Military edition of Rover, and it looks so attractive with its body paint. Moreover, the fact that it is not a sports car, I don’t think that it needs to have a powerful engine.

I’m not also so satisfied with its engine output. I think they should boost it more for the fact that it is not a simple SUV vehicle. Anyway, I hope that they would already update this news about it soon.

Yeah! It is really cool even though it only looks so similar with the other Range Rover vehicle. Anyway, I just noticed that its engine is already quite good enough but not great for this SUV.

Wow! A military edition, cool! It looks so exquisite with its abstract design, especially in its metallic naval gray paint! It is also great to know that it had a nice power output, which could give an impressive speed on it.

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