Project Kahn is one of those tuning companies that never runs out of tuning projects. A few weeks after it released the Maybach 57 Wedding Commemorative Edition, the British tuning firm headed by Afzal Kahn has another one in the oven. This time, it’s an upgraded Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe that comes with plenty of aesthetic modifications.

Adding on to what is already a high-brow look, Project Kahn gave the Phantom a shadow-line finish to go with clear side lights, head light surrounds, window surrounds, rear light surrounds, and under floor lighting. On top of that, the British tuner added a bullet resistant glass to fit into their high-security profile. And to round out the aesthetic goodness, Project Kahn fitted the Phantom with a new set of diamond-polished 22” Kahn Silver Mist Rolls Royce wheels.

Meanwhile, the interior of the Phantom, at least according to Project Kahn, can be tailor-made depending on the customer’s tastes and whims. In a statement, the company said: “Inside is a complete bespoke interior design service available to suit individual tastes. By buying a Project Kahn vehicle, you are given the opportunity to really make it your own.”

For those that can afford this car and all the upgrades Project Kahn offers, feel free to knock yourselves out. For the rest of us lemmings, these photos are about as good as it gets.

  • 2011 Rolls-Royce Phantom by Project Kahn
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  • Engine:
    V12 engine
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    453 horsepower
  • Torque @ RPM:
    531 lb/ft of torque
  • Displacement:
    6750 L
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  (86) posted on 09.21.2012

I think I saw something like this. Car of the president I think ?

  (702) posted on 09.19.2012

@rogermanalac : I agree with you, it really looks like a funeral car but more classy.

  (44) posted on 09.19.2012

I don’t really like the color combination of the exterior design. But the interior is superb.

  (12) posted on 09.18.2012

I totally love this. But I really hope it can have black or white color.

  (780) posted on 09.17.2012

My perfect choice of funeral car. I want to lay in my final resting place carried by this awesome sh*t.

  (727) posted on 12.27.2011

I don’t want to think that it has something to do with a luxury car. However, I don’t have a doubt on the reliability of this car since Roll Royce has been in the auto industry for a long decade now.

  (449) posted on 11.28.2011

Project Kahn is really notorious with that kind of design. They can truly make the vehicle looking so classy and sophisticated, just like this car. Anyway, I’m glad that it also had a nice engine output.

  (444) posted on 09.27.2011

Rolls-Royce is exactly the brand of car that best for collection. For me ever model cars made are totally classy outstanding, even years it can still give you the drive you want. Very Luxury too.

  (797) posted on 08.9.2011

he car has an impressive styling on its exterior. I think the black paint job on the car makes it more aggressive. I wonder on what are the future plan of Rolls-Royce.

  (503) posted on 08.9.2011

As expected from the Project Kahn it made an awesome modification styling and speed performance of the car. I hope to see more from this tuning company!

  (474) posted on 07.20.2011

You mean to say that it is only limited to Khan’s customers. So this means that most customers of Khan are old. As I can see, Roll Royce’s cars are for those wealthy old men who did not reach the new generation of cars.

  (530) posted on 05.16.2011

Well, one thing I can say, this car is definitely not for all of us. If you look at the specs here, it says that it is only for the executives, which are really most of Kahn’s customers.

  (238) posted on 05.16.2011

Yeah, it would probably that they didn’t work on the engine here. Though I would like a more powerful engine, I don’t think that it would be right for this kind of setup.

  (692) posted on 05.13.2011

Hmm, lemme guess, they probably did not work o0n the engine that much. Actually Project Kahn is rather notorious for that one, but I would probably let them pas with this one.

  (211) posted on 05.13.2011

I think this aftermarket version is kind of late for what’s on the latest! I think Project Kahn has choose this model because they were inspired with the Royal Wedding? If we could remember, Kate Middleton has used this car using the wedding parade.

  (445) posted on 05.13.2011

It seems that Project Kahn has focused in modifying the exterior rather than the engine. And I don’t want to think that it has something to do with a luxury car. However, I don’t have a doubt on the reliability of this car since Roll Royce has been in the auto industry for a long decade now.

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