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.

  • 2012 Range Rover Westminister Black Label Edition by Kahn Design
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  (347) posted on 06.13.2012

It’s not fully understandable how it appeals massively when the design is only minimal. I don’t even know who to chalk it at --- Range Rover or Kahn Design.

  (592) posted on 06.11.2012

The simplicity it has is parallel to an inexplicable resonating appeal.

  (798) posted on 06.8.2012

I wonder if it is bullet-proof. Kahn Design’s minimalist notion actually resonates from a very classy appeal.

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