If auto tuning was an actual Olympic event, British tuner Kahn Design would probably be the odds-on favorite to win the most gold medals by sheer quantity of programs alone. Don’t sleep on these guys though, because they’ve got top-class quality covered too.

For their latest offering, Azfal Kahn and his team decided to go the utilitarian route by releasing a new program for the Jeep Wrangler, called the Chelsea Truck CJ 300 Expedition Vehicle.

The most distinguishable element of the program for the Chelsea Truck CJ 300 is its military green paint finish, which pretty much gives away the underlying purpose of the vehicle. Moreover, a lot of intricate modifications were given to the Wrangler to ensure that it keeps true to its new looks, including the smoked headlights and indicators to go with LED daytime running lights. The front grille was also abjectly modified to give the Wrangler’s front profile a more menacing look while also getting some technical boost thanks to new openings on the valance and grille area, providing better airflow to the radiator, intercooler and brakes. etc. Over at the back, Kahn Design added a new enamel tailgate, cross hair exhausts in stainless steel, and a new 20" smoked black Kahn RS spare wheel.

Moving inside, the British tuner added heated perforated leather seats with matching stitching, aluminum pedals, and a red speedometer and rev counter fascia to complete the aesthetic overhaul for this off-road menace.

  • 2012 Jeep Wrangler Chelsea Truck CJ300 Expedition Vehicle by Kahn Design
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  (1) posted on 04.29.2013

Pony is right. Kahn has no clue what an offroad vehicle is. Painting a car and putting rims on it don’t make you a designer either. What a joke.

  (807) posted on 08.15.2012

khan Design is always good when it comes to external design. And 2012 Jeep Wrangler Chelsea Truck CJ300 is one good proof that they are one of the best.

  (58) posted on 08.9.2012

OK where on earth do they think this Jeep can "explore" too with low profile street tires like that?

Kahn has no clue what they are doing when it comes to building a off-road worthy Jeep.

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