/Kahn Design Range Rover RS with Two-Tone Finish

Kahn Design Range Rover RS with Two-Tone Finish

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Project Kahn is offering a closer look at the cars they showed us earlier this month at the Geneva Motor Show, this time an exquisite Pace Car version of the Kahn Design Range Rover RS. We’ve seen this RS in Imperial Blue and it was nice. But this two-tone paintjob is way cooler.

In fact, the paintwork on this Kahn Design Range Rover RS is one of the most luxurious jobs we’ve ever seen on any car. It consists of Black Kirsch on the top half and Madeira Red on the bottom, garnished with a set of Matt Black 9.5” x 23” RS lightweight wheels wrapped in low profile tires.

Kahn Design Range Rover RS Pace Car also feature a full styling kit which includes redesigned front and rear bumper in carbon with exposed carbon detailing, widened wheel arches with integrated air dams, floating roof, side vents, tailgate strip and a chin spoiler in Piano Black, 3D mesh inserts on all intakes, floating grille, and extended roof wing and boot lid spoiler, also in carbon.

Priced at £89,975, this unique SUV also features an interior treatment with Kahn Bridge of Weir Leather upholstery combined with quilted and perforated Burnt Orange leather, stainless steel door entry sill plates, and aluminum sport pedals.

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