After the Wrangler Copper Edition, Kahn Design has come up with a new 2012 Wrangler called the Chelsea Jeep 300. This one’s a four-door version with split targa roof, and is supposed to be more aggressive and outdoorsy than previous Kahn Jeeps, even though that white paint job makes it look kinda cute and cuddly. They have also lowered the suspension, which is not what you want in a jeep.
The Chelsea Jeep 300’s exterior package includes front grille industrial mesh, brake calipers finished in copper, mud flaps, side wing blades in carbon, xenon crosshair headlamps, door entry sill plates in stainless steel, Kahn enamel wing shields, fuel filler cap (smoked black), privacy glass.
That is complemented by an interior package consisting of heated seats, floor mats, split level targa roof, aluminum machined foot pedals. Kahn also throws in tailgate logo and a branded rear wheel cover.
As with all Kahn Design cars, the most important part of the package is the wheels. The 300 gets a set of Kahn RS wheels in 9 x 20-inch, finished in smoked black with original centre caps.