Looking for a Range Rover with a tangible, but not over-the-top custom tuning twist? Then check out this example that’s for sale by British customizer Kahn.
On the outside, the 2016 Range Rover V8 Diesel is finished in matte black with glossy black accents. It gets wider fender flares, a front apron, reworked grille, rear diffuser with integrated quad stainless tailpipes, ‘Kahn’ bonnet and tailgate lettering, boot lid spoiler and 23-inch rims, wrapped in 305/30 Continental tires.
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Most people would be content with the Range Rove’s stock interior, but the tuner thought a few parts should be updated. These include the perforated Black and Ivory leather on the front and rear seats, and leather on the door panels, dashboard, armrests, steering wheel and instrument binnacle. The stainless steel entry sill plates, machined aluminum vented foot pedals, special floor mats and ‘Investing in British Industry’ badge complete the look.
The Range Rover is a one-off project, according to Kahn, which will sell this used example to you for £64,999 ($79,069/€70,931) or £18,656 ($22,694/€20,359) less than a brand new base model in the United Kingdom. The right-hand drive example left the factory in 2016 having only one previous owner and 23,000 miles (37,015 km) on the clock. It’s powered by the older 4.4-liter V8 diesel engine, which is identical to the newer iteration only it emits more carbon dioxide, hooked up to an eight-speed automatic gearbox. You can take a closer look at it here.