After having transforming a 2011 Range Rover 3.0 TD V6 SE into a Project Kahn special, aptly titled 'Davis Mark II Edition', Afzal Kahn and his team of insightful designers have taken the model one step further with the release of the Davis Mark II limited edition tribute model.
Priced at £65,875 the Davis Mark II limited edition tribute model features some new upgrades for both the interior and outside.
An optional Cosworth upgrade gives you a 300 bhp engine performance upgrade and Cosworth branding. On the exterior, the original grey floating roof has been replaced by several lower sections in grey, as well as side vents, a rear valance section, drilled aluminium 'Kahn' pedals, quad exhaust system, matching red or blue sidesteps and calipers, matt pearl grey handles, front bumper and lower bumper spoiler.
Available in 9.5 x 22 and 10.5 x 22 sizes, The RS-R wheels feature the Davis Mark II (2011 Diesel) tribute models. The RS-R was the very first wheel designed and manufactured by Afzal Kahn, earning him world-wide acclaim for fashioning the first wheel with a spoke running to the very edge of the rim.
Project Kahn vehicles can be tailored to the customer's requirements, such as a bespoke interior with a quilted RS Cosworth leather interior in black with a red or blue stripe.
Other options include - but are not limited to - sunroof, rear view camera, iPod and paddle shift. Cruise control, front armrest, navigation system, audio remote control, body coloured bumpers, electrically adjustable passenger seat, heated front seat, remote central locking, reverse parking aid, trip computer, heated door mirrors and a full size spare wheel.
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