Kahn Design-tuned Range Rover turns out more expensive than a Bentley Bentayga
In Great Britain, you can buy your very own Bentley Bentayga starting from £136,200 (standard V8 trim). If you aren’t a fan of the luxury crossover, consider paying £3,800 extra to get… a long-wheelbase Range Rover customized by Kahn Design?
There is little sense in acting surprised, since the British tuner is known for attaching steep price tags to its bespoke creations. In return, the customer gets a brand-new car with unique exterior and cabin (the engine usually stays stock).
The example you can see here sports an original front grille with a Shadow Chrome finish, black bumper inserts, carbon-fiber air intake bezels, and a carbon front spoiler.
The car rides on a 23-inch aftermarket wheel set wrapped in high-performance tires, and has tinted windows.
The cabin of Kahn Design’s Range Rover boasts quilted and perforated leather trim that you can find on the seats, doors, armrests, and steering wheel. The pedals are now made of CNC-machined aluminum, and there are tuner logos and badges throughout.
Among other things, the SUV ships with the full package of options and extras, such as four-zone climate control, voice control, seat heating etc.
Whether the vehicle is worth its asking price is another story. For instance, you could buy a maxed-out BMW X7 for less than £100,000, or opt for a still excellent xDrive40i for £81,000.
Photos: Kahn Design
Chief Editor Olga Markelova
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