An evolution of style.
The A Kahn Design stand at the Geneva Motor Show was packed with all sorts of exciting new vehicles but the one that stole the show was easily the new Flying Huntsman 110 WB 6 x 6 monster of motoring. While the six-wheeled beast may have been the star of the show, others like the new Project Kahn Range Rover RS-650 were quietly making their presence felt with their evolved style and commanding design.
The new RS-650 Edition Range Rover was showcased at the Geneva International Motor Show in a Volcanic Rock Satin paint that is contrasted by a glossy Piano Black floating roof, side vents, tailgate strip, and front chin spoiler. Both the front and rear bumpers are all-new and made from lightweight carbon composite with carbon fiber detailing to reflect the sportier nature of the SUV. The front and rear wheel arches have also been extended outwards for a more muscular look, with the latter boasting integrated air dams.
The front of the Project Kahn Range Rover RS-650 is more commanding thanks to the new bumper that integrates the factory fog lights seamlessly. Special 3-D mesh is worn on each air intake as well as the new front grille with floating insert. At the rear, the RS-650 Edition sports an extended lightweight composite roof spoiler and trunk lid spoiler for a more dynamic appearance.
But the team at Project Kahn wasn’t done there. The exterior of the Range Rover RS-650 Edition was outfitted with a new set of lightweight wheels that perfectly fill in the newly extended arches. Behind the black-finished wheels sit gold-painted brake calipers that provide a stark visual contrast. The final touch is a new set of quad stainless steel cross-hair exhaust outlets protruding from the rear bumper.
Inside, the Project Kahn Range Rover RS-650 Edition has been fully redesigned with luxurious materials. Both the front and rear seats wear new perforated black leather with gold stitching that matches the brake calipers. Even the door tops, door arm rests, center console, instrument binnacle, and steering wheel center were upholstered to match the new color scheme. Stainless steel door entry sill plates greet passengers while a set of machined aluminum foot pedals add a touch of class for the driver.
The new Project Kahn Range Rover RS-650 Edition show car from Geneva is currently priced at £114,875. All of the components are available as individual accessories or as a complete package. The RS-650 Edition is currently available with the 3.0- and 4.4-liter diesel engines and the 5.0-liter gasoline engine variants.
Project Kahn Range Rover RS-650 Edition Gallery
Source: A Kahn Design