After a couple of nice, subtle packages like this one, and this one, and this one, and more recently this one, A. Kahn Design is devising something a little more thorough for the Range Rover Evoque. Dubbed the Evoque R250, this car will benefit from a very substantial tuning program. It is so heavy they had to divide it into stage 1 and stage 2. The R250 will be ready for debut in July 2012.
As you can clearly see in the teaser sketch Kahn sent out, the R250 will get a completely new RS front bumper with LED and fog lights and 3D mesh inserts, as well as a new rear bumper with a diffuser unit and new tailpipes fro the crosshair exhaust system.
There’s also a bespoke front grille, a modded hood, boot lid spoiler, and a stripe that runs the length of the car. The Evoque will also get lowered suspension, tinted windows, plus a set of 22-inch RS-XF.
Stage 2 will add stuff like flared wheelarches, a roof spoiler and RS side skirts. It’s not clear yet if Kahn has planned any engine tuning as well, but the interior is sure to get to a nice treatment. Kahn never leaves the cabin stock.