A. Kahn wanted his new Range Rover to have something quintessentially British, so he gives it some tweed. It’s not any old tweed, mind you, it’s supplied by Harris Tweed straight from the Isles of Harris, Lewis, Uist and Barra, hand woven to adorn the Range Rover’s seats. We don’t really like tweed, but we have to say, that was great thinking by Kahn. It’s a refreshingly different material and gives the car an air of exclusivity.
The Harris Tweed interior package is complemented by black quilted buttoned perforated soft leather and extended 24 piece interior wood facia trim in piano black and billet steel finish, and clock facia with Swarovski diamond bezel, machined aluminum foot pedals, churchill Time Clock facia with Swarovski Diamond Bezel, dashboard, steering wheel, glove box and door panel contrast stitching.
Kahn has created a masterpiece here. It’s just such a nice place to be in, especially if you are sick of carbon fiber.
The interior is great, but the exterior is nothing short of brilliant either. The car is finished in a special storm black pearl, and is fitted with a subtle body kit consisting of a front bumper complete with ring bezels, 3D mesh and integrated LED daylight running lights, rear bumper/exhaust diffuser, illuminated door sill plates, side skirts with insert detailing, liquid gold break calipers, front grill, front bumper lower section, side vents and side skirts, door handles and tail gate trim and fog light surrounds.
It also gets a sport exhausts system with dignified soundtrack, and 22” Kahn RS wheels with matt pearl grey detailing.
At £88,875 – with £50,000 worth of Harris Tweed extras – this car is a pricey piece of equipment. But it is the finest tuned Range Rover possibly ever.