Widebody styling for Ingolstadt’s luxury SUV.
Audi has given their biggest SUV a facelift for the 2011 model year with updated lighting, a new tailgate, bodywork, and interior trim. After much success with the pre-facelift Audi Q7, Project Kahn is back with a new aesthetic program for the German SUV.
The new conversion gives the Audi Q7 a wider stance and aggressive appearance with the Kahn Q7 Widebody Aerodynamic Styling Package. The muscular kit consists of wider wheel arches, new front fenders with vents, side skirts, rear bumper, exhaust trim, and a rear roof spoiler. Four different wheels with six optional sizes and finishes are available to fill wider wheel arches with some muscle.
Kahn has also given the interior luxury SUV some additional…luxury. All seven seats can be fitted with soft black perforated nappa leather with Maranello Red striping and stitching. The cockpit also comes equipped with a white speedometer and red rev counter, door entry sill plates, and machined aluminum foot pedals for that extra sporty feel. However, it’s the rear that has the prime seating in the upgraded Q7. A Kahn-branded entertainment package is included and features two headrest-mounted seven-inch TFT screens, a DVD player, wireless infrared headphones, and a remote control.
As always with Project Kahn, customers can order the complete wide track conversion or individual accessories for the new 2011 Audi Q7. Pricing was not made available.
PROJECT KAHN WIDE TRACK AUDI Q7 SPECIFICATIONS
-Widebody Aerodynamic Styling Package
-Wider wheel arches
-New front fenders with vents
-Rear roof spoiler
-Black perforated nappa leather
-Maranello Red seat inserts and stitching
-White speedometer and red rev counter
-Door entry sill plates
-Machined aluminum foot pedals
-Two headrest-mounted seven-inch TFT screens
-Infrared wireless headphones
PROJECT KAHN WIDE TRACK AUDI Q7 GALLERY
[Source: Project Kahn]
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