There’s no question that Azfal Kahn and his peeps over at Kahn Design have a soft spot for the Range Rover, so much so that they seem to come out with a new program for the luxury SUV about as often as any car we’ve seen in recent history.

Apparently, their fascination for Range Rovers is now expanding, courtesy of their very first program for the new Range Rover Evoque. True to their reputation as one of the premier tuners for the British luxury SUV, Kahn Design went to work on the Evoque with one clear picture in mind: offer it with a whole new breadth of excitement and take it to a whole new dimension.

The A. Kahn Design Evoque is an unmistakable piece of work, decked with a variety of external modifications that serve to provide better looks and coax greater performance from the car.

Kahn Design’s styling package for the Evoque is a testament to their creativity, providing a slew of new elements consisting of a lowered suspension (35mm), yellow calipers, aluminum pedals, an orange roof, full body color coding/detailing, privacy glass, and adaptive front headlamps. Inside, Kahn Design deftly worked their bespoke magic on the Evoque, providing it with luxurious character that expresses a customer’s individuality. As with most of their projects, the interior can be customized depending on the whims and preferences of the customer.

And then there’s the final piece of the Kahn Design puzzle: the wheels. With an inventory of some of the most impressive wheels on the market, Kahn Design went and used their unique RS600 wheels that are available in a variety of sizes - 20", 21", 22" - creating even more opportunity to imprint his tastes on the luxury Range Rover crossover.


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  (517) posted on 07.5.2012

You really don’t see it as an alternative for the original Evoque right?

  (570) posted on 07.4.2012

You can have it on your formal events and even in out of town. It’s elegant and yet sporty.

  (434) posted on 05.15.2012

Kahn Design’s modification is sort of different, don’t you think so?

  (526) posted on 04.24.2012

Ah, another Evoque design. This one seems to suit professional athletes.

  (446) posted on 04.19.2012

This modification by Kahn Design represents aesthetics with a sporty appeal.

  (306) posted on 03.28.2012

Ah, another Evoque design. This one seems to suit professional athletes.

  (530) posted on 03.6.2012

The positive replies are well said. I couldn’t agree more to the fact that it looks sporty and formal. Never have the wheels looked fierce before.

  (858) posted on 02.1.2012

It’s sporty and formal. It always looks on the go. The exterior appearance was strong and very macho. The wheels are totally unique and very good in the eyes. I can say this car is a must-have this year. 

  (242) posted on 01.16.2012

I am amazed on the designs of Kahn but this one looks sloppy to me or I am not just into Range Rovers. To be honest, there is nothing new about this vehicle, as what they have said - very typical.

  (300) posted on 01.9.2012

This Range Rover has the usual looks of other range rovers. Very typical as I have noticed. But I do love the simplicity of its wheels.

  (647) posted on 12.22.2011

Yeah! I have to agree with that. Moreover, I’m really impressed with the classy looks of this Rover, but I hope that they already include some pictures of its interior. Anyway, the engine specs of it is actually satisfying.

  (466) posted on 12.12.2011

Wow! I really love how Kahn Design makes this vehicle look more attractive in spite of still having a simple design! Well, they are truly a genius! However, I must say that unlovely about it is its too weak engine.

  (369) posted on 12.6.2011

The output maybe so weak but the good thing is it is on a turbocharged engine which could also have an impressive figure performance for this Evoque. Moreover, I can say that kahn design really did a great work on it.

  (683) posted on 12.4.2011

Just like its ancestor this Evoque still looks so attractive on its exterior appearance. However, I’m confused on its weak engine output, even it was on a turbocharged engine; I as yet don’t think that 240 hp is already enough on this SUV.

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