Project Kahn launches Range Rover Vogue Black Edition

Article by Christian A., on December 7, 2010

The Range Rover lineup is composed of vehicles that manage to threaten the German SUVs. The Range Rovers give consumers a high-class feeling whiile at the same time, it offers some serious specs.

Some details of the new Range Rovers are controversial but it can compete against the best models from Audi, BMW and Mercedes.

The competition gets fiercer in the aftermarket industry. The latest Range Rover has definitely gotten the attention of the tuners. In fact, Range Rover’s four-wheel-drive Vogue model has completed an intensive training program at Projekt Kahn’s workshops.

The tuning company has revealed the Range Rover Vogue Black Edition, with the modification package consisting of tweaks to the exterior, the interior and its technology.

The latest project from the aftermarket developer is centered on the 3.6 TDV8 model.

Range Rover Vogue Black Edition received a new exhaust system and a set of Kahn 22-inch RST rims. It also got a custom body kit that includes a two-piece front fascia, new side vents that use a chrome finish, a three-piece rear bumper, an eight-piece wheel arch pack, new side skirts, and a satin black finish for the door handles. It even has a bonnet air vent that has the same color as the body.

Thanks to the new interpretation of Range Rover design cues, the latest iteration of Land Rover’s reliable premium SUV now features a neat yet elegant shape. This is primarily because Land Rover has now evolved the design language of the SUV into something that is pure and contemporary while still identifiable as a Range Rover.

While the latest evolution of the Range Rover has a length similar to its predecessor (below five meters), its profile is smoother and more streamline. This design meant that the new Range Rover has attained a new level of aerodynamic capacity. In access mode, the roofline of new Range Rover would sit around 20 mm lower, which reduces the drag coefficient to just 0.34 Cd.

Inside, the new Range Rover is laden with the evolved design cues, resulting to a cabin that isn’t only fresh and modern, but pure and neat. While the cabin still features distinctively strong forms, it is now fitted with clean, neat surfaces made from the finest leathers and veneers. Aside from being pure and modern, the interior of the new Range Rover is now more spacious, with the leg room increased by 118 mm. This level spacious could be taken into another level by availing of the optional new two-seat Executive Class seating package.

In addition, customers may also personalize their Range Rovers according to their taste and preferences, using their favorite colors and finishes as well as other details. They could avail of stylish alloys wheels (up to 22 inches) as well as color-themed interiors from the exclusive Autobiography series.

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