Land Rover started producing the Range Rover Evoque back in 2011, but it’s still looking funky fresh. No wonder tuners continue to modify the luxury crossover, with the latest job coming from Kahn Design. The modified Range Rover was dubbed the Prestige Lux and it actually is an improvement upon the RS250 styling pack. The British-based tuning garage will charge you £39,875 for the thing, providing drivers with a more enjoyable cosmetic overall design than a five-door Evoque Dynamic.
On the outside, the Orkney Grey exterior beautifully contrasts with the gloss black and enamel detailing, reminding me of Eleanor. The Liquid Red brake calipers are a nice touch, but there way more to talk about, like the Jaguar F-Type V6-like twin cross-hair exhaust pipes and the 20-inch RS600 Matte Gun Metal alloys, the trapezoidal inserts in the upper radiator grille, and the LED daytime running lights flanking new side air vents.
Under the bonnet, a stock 2.2-liter SD4 engine developing 190 hp is waiting to get going. Inside the cabin, however, is a different story; a stainless steel door sill plate, a carbon center console fascia and a diamond gear selector were witted onto the Range Rover. The Prestige Lux model features more goodies, such as a panoramic glass sunroof, pedals finished in machined aluminum, as well as a surround camera system. The 380-watt Meridian audio system, HDD premium satellite navigation unit and the 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with dual view capability will surely make it easier to party and celebrate owning this beauty!