Afzal Kahn and his team have just completed the final touches on the Range Rover Davis Mark II Edition.
The fugi white Davis Mark II is essentially a 12 piece pace car which boasts an exceptional styling package.
Priced at £69,875, this vehicle started life as a 2011 Range Rover Sport 3.0 tdv6 se - but is now a moving catalogue for all the latest modifications available from Project Kahn.
The body kit makes the Range Rover's already flawless lines continue: the new lower front bumper, rear low valance, RS grille and floating roof- all painted in Matt pearl grey draw you in like a guiding light.
Inside is the "bespoke touch" with a quilted carbon fibre bespoke leather interior in red, Kahn billet steering wheel, Project Kahn mats and Kahn aluminium foot pedals.
In addition, matt pearl grey door handles, LED strip lights in the front arches, red rubber side steps, red calipers, RS300 rev counter, speedo, time clock, stainless steel door entry sills and a quad exhaust system which is positively addictive - demonstrate improved interaction coupled with a sense of motor supremacy, performance and style.
Furthermore, to mark the16th anniversary of the creation of the RS-R alloy wheel, Afzal Kahn has started as he means to go on by 'going back to the future' and re-vamping the RS-R wheels in order to complement the 'Davis Mark II'.
Available in 9.5 x 22 and 10.5 x 22 sizes, the key design elements of the RS-R remain the same, simple clean lines, soft organic surfaces on the edges of the spoke and a purposeful mechanical centre.
The RS-R wheel 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.
The classic RS-R conjured up a sense of power, performance and style that was incredibly popular with drivers around the world, so much so that it is the most imitated wheel design to date. From the UK to the Middle East, from Russia to America and from the road to the cinema screen, chances are that if you've spotted a beautiful, high - flying alloy wheel design, it will have stemmed from Afzal Kahn's original design.
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