Ant-Kahn start-up announced, plans to launch coach-built and original models

Article by Christian Andrei, on July 11, 2014

Afzal Kahn has just announced that he teamed up with Ant Anstead a.k.a. founder of expert vehicle manufacturer Evanta, in order to create the brand new Ant-Kahn. The new company will lead a resurgence in British specialist vehicle manufacture and announced that they already have a number of projects already in progress.

Just like Project Kahn, Ant-Kahn will focus on luxury and quality, using modern protoyping and manufacturing technology. The first Ant-Kahn project will be the so-called Flying Huntsman, a modern interpretation of the classic Land Rover Defender as well as a retro-styled barchetta that will be introduced at the 2014 Goodwood Revival Motor Show, on September 12th.

Later this year, Ant-Kahn will introduced a completely overhauled Aston Martin WB12.

"We are already working on exciting future plans that extend from coach-built special editions to series manufacture of motor vehicles, and you will see a number of models come to fruition in the coming weeks and months" explained Afzal Kahn.

Ant Anstead comments: "Together, we are dedicated to continuing and building upon the historical excellence of British vehicle manufacture and the traditions of hand finished coach building are at the heart of the company's ethos."

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