Audi Q3 by Kahn Design

28 Oct 2013 6:31 pm | Audi, Cars

Seriously, how many people consider the Q-models from Audi cool enough to even get inside? I don’t find them extremely practical, or good looking for that matter, and they don’t seem to make the Audi brand any justice; sure, it would seem logical for Audi to tackle any and every sector of the market – for financial reasons – but some self-respect would be advisable. A. Kahn Design are trying to make me come to the dark side with their latest “S-Pack” styling kit for the Audi Q3 2.0 TDI. I’m partial to any Audi diesel engine – they’re grrrrrrreaat!

Take a look at and imagine paying for that white Audi 27,875 GBP ($ 45,000) and enjoying the multitude of aftermarket goodies it features, like the silver platinum 20-inch RS-XF alloys – all dressed-up in 225×45 R20 tires. The painted brake calipers, Kahn wing shields and tinted windows – as well as the several Kahn logos- subtly define this smooth Audi; not to mention that the quilted and perforated black leather front and rear seats will definitely make you feel comfortable as you ride towards the horizon as you stare at that red rev counter.

This particular Audi Q3 is powered by a 4-cylinder, 2.0-liter TDI engine – if it’s connected to a 6-gear gearbox, as it probably is, I’m happy. Standard equipment includes a 6.5-inch display, rear parking sensors, light and rain sensors, heated windscreen and SD card-based satellite-navigation system. I appreciate the work, bum still not convinced this Audi is worth the money.