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Project Kahn Range Rover Westminster Edition

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If you’ve been looking for the coolest, classiest car under £40K, stop looking because you’ve found it. The Kahn Range Rover Westminster Edition has all the right stuff: cool name, awesome color, the right engine, and of course the Kahn badge. And it can be your for just £38,995.

Yes, yes, it is based on the old Range Rover and it’s a diesel. But we put it to you, Kahn Range Rover Westminster Edition is in many ways superior to a supercharged version of the new Range Rover.

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For starters, this version of the RR is not as flashy and flamboyant as the new boy, which means it is a lot cooler. Second, the 4.4 TDV8 diesel engine in this car is said, by all the experts in the business, to be THE best powertrain for the Range Rover on account of its torque and economy. And last but not least, there’s the value for money, especially considering all the Kahn goodness you get with this car, worth more than £11K.

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Project Kahn Range Rover Westminster features a bespoke Aintree Green paint work, front bumper replacement with ring bezels and 3D mesh inserts, rear bumper replacement including exhaust diffuser, rear diffuser in matte pearl grey, side vents, front bumper lower bar in matte pearl grey, side skirts, quad rear silencer in Matt Black and 9.5” X 22” RS wheels. The Ivory interior is pretty much stock, but Kahn will be more than happy to spice it up based on your desires.

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