Project Kahn Cosworth 300 Sport based on the Range Rover Sport

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

What you see in the photos is a true masterpiece, which takes the luxury 4x4 to the next stage! The new kit for the Range Rover Sport, designed by Project Kahn and Cosworth, includes a new front spoiler, a Cosworth handcrafted mesh front grille and side vents, new side sills, side steps, stainless steel side bars that will only fit with side steps, new rear roof spoiler, a Cosworth rear valance and a lower boot spoiler.

At the interior we find blue illuminated instrument dials, stainless steel door sill plates engraved with Cosworth logo, a new set of Cosworth aluminium foot pedals with black rubber grips, perforated Nappa leather interior with white stitching including front and rear seats, headrest, centre seat arm rest, front and rear door grabs, centre glove box, perforated gear knob and Cosworth leather or Alcantara hand stitched steering wheel.

Also a rear multimedia kit was installed including twin flat face flush mounted Alpine screens with Cosworth screen saver, multi-region dvd player and twin Phillips cordless headphones, as well as a new push start button, new iPod connection, head-up display unit showing both mph or km/h, colour reversing camera with integrated tv screen in the dashboard or, as an option, front and rear parking camera.

For better handling a new Cosworth fully adjustable electronic module was added while under the hood the engine received a Cosworth 300 engine upgrade, a carbon-fiber engine cover and a new stainless steel exhaust silencer. The kit is completed by the new 22 inch multispoke wheels wrapped in 285x35x22-inch tires.

Of course, everything has a price and for a standard customization program from Project Kahn you have to pay £70,000 ($116,118 or €89,142) while for a fully customized vehicle with every option installed you have to pay £122,226 ($202,758 or €55,684).

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