Range Rover’s newest SUV, the Evoque, has been refined by a company we’ve been featuring quite often recently – Afzal Kahn Design. The British tuning specialists have decorated the new Range Rover with an orange metallic tone and have equipped it with parts that confer it a stunning, masculine look.
The owner of Kahn Design, Mr. Afzal Kahn, declared that: “This is how it should be done. I sat on the fence and waited until most of styling kits for the Evoque’s had been released. It was a very complicated car to work but we worked within the factory style lines and I put my heart and soul into this.”
They’ve simply spent thousands of hours designing and improving the car, putting it away from the ordinary. The guys at Kahn have mounted stainless steel cross-hair central exhausts on it, along with fog lamps, a new front grille, lowered suspension, privacy glass, Vesuvius copper brake calipers, LED daytime running lights in the front bumper and brand new front and rear bumper spoilers. The package’s final contour is represented by the set of 22-inch RS600 matt grey alloys.
The interior has rejected the word “stock” as well, having been decked with black quilted and perforated leather with Alcantara inserts and fine copper detailing, stainless steel door-entry sill plates, piano black carbon trim, sports steering wheel stitched with copper, machined aluminum vented foot pedals and red rev counter and speedometer.
We can’t wait to see more of Kahn Design’s menu.