/Maroon Kahn Design Range Rover Looks Classy

Maroon Kahn Design Range Rover Looks Classy

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The latest Kahn Design Range Rover Vogue is a rather special model boasting the tuner’s  RS-650 styling package and a very unique paint job. It looks maroon to us, but in fact the color on this Range Rover is a two-tone affair with Black Kirsch over Madeira Red.

Upon closer inspection, you find that this Kahn Design Range Rover could well be a three-tone, as it also features a glossy Piano Black floating roof. But the difference between these different shades is subtle enough to give the whole thing a uniform and extremely classy look.

As for the ingredients of the package, you have the revised RS650 bumpers, manufactured from lightweight carbon composite with carbon fibre detailing, flared wheel arches with integrated air dams, side vents in a Carbon Fibre finish, tailgate strip, and front chin spoiler. There is also a trunk lid spoiler,  new LE front grille complete with a 3D mesh floating insert, and a set of cool Matt Black 9.5” X 23” RS lightweight wheels with 305x30x23” tires.

Inside the cabin, Kahn Design Range Rover Vogue gets a full Weir Leather treatment with front and rear seats wear quilted and perforated in Burnt Orange. Door tops, door arm rests, centre console, instrument binnacle, and steering wheel are wrapped in the same material, and you get stainless steel door entry sill plates and foot pedals. Considering everything you get with this car, the £109,875 asking price actually sounds like good value.

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