/Kahn Design Range Rover 600 Luxury Edition

Kahn Design Range Rover 600 Luxury Edition

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Tastefully upgrading luxury cars is an art only a handful of tuners are capable of. Kahn Design is certainly one of them, on the evidence of their latest work on a Range Rover, the 600 Luxury Edition. They have done many other packages for the car, but this one kind of summarizes all that is good about a Kahn Design treatment.

Kahn is one of the few tuners we know whose touch actually increases the car’s dignity and prestige. If we’re honest most of the styling kits available for luxury cars these days are quite ridiculous, what with their massive wings and buffed up arches and ungainly wheels. Kahn is more fond of subtlety and simplicity. And it’s brilliant.

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So let’s see what the new Kahn Design Range Rover 600 Luxury Edition has to offer. The 600-LE, to use the car’s nickname, features a replacement front bumper, replacement rear bumper including exhaust diffuser, 9.5 x 23” Kahn RS2 wheels, front grille with 3D mesh, rear boot lid spoiler and Kahn ‘Crosshair’ tail pipes in an exciting new textured matt black finish. It adds a nice touch of sport to the Range Rover’s natural elegance and beauty. It really is the perfect combination.

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The interior is garnished with hand-crafted, body-hugging leather seats and a custom instrument panel. But changes are not limited to these items. Kahn has this thing called the ‘bespoke treatment’ for the interior which allows the customers to alter every last detail of the cabin to their desired specification.

This car is currently on display at the Autosport show in Birmingham. There is a Performance version in the works, as well.

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