Kahn Design aka Project Kahn have released these pictures of their latest work on the Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano. The UK tuners installed a new set of 21-inch Kahn Design “Monza” forged alloy rims that can be any color the customer chooses. Original Ferrari center caps will still fit the rims, yet will not fool tuning enthusiasts who know the wheels are aftermarket variants.
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Project Kahn is at it again with the Range Rover tuning projects, this time sending us one with a bright red paint job that will surely grab everyone’s attention. We typically do not see this bright of a color used on the popular Range Rover SUV, however it looks decent this go around. It contrasts the black body parts such as the carbon fiber grille, air vents and rear bumper accents quite well. They are calling this particular model the “Red Ranger” which is obvious yet fitting.
Project Kahn has released their latest tuning project for the Range Rover Sport called the Vesuvius. While the original Range Rover kit developed by owner Afzel Kahn was copied by many body kit manufacturer’s, he has announced that this design is completely original. It consists of all new aero parts to give the popular luxury SUV a stunning appearance, performance tuning under the hood, and interior customizations like all Project Kahn cars receive. Check out more Range Rover tuning projects and be sure to stay tuned as Kahn always releases great packages for these rides.
For those who spent a ton of money on the Aston Martin Cygnet, which is basically a Toyota iQ twin, we have some aftermarket parts from Project Kahn. Don’t feel too bad if you spent two to three times more for basically the same car as the iQ, because the Kahn tuners are now focusing their attention on the small hybrid. Sure, the Aston Martin Cygnet has the cool front grille, luxurious interior and name brand that the Toyota iQ doesn’t, but in the end it still looks like a Smart car. Now if you’re still intersted, turn to Project Kahn to see what accessories they offer.
Popular tuner Project Kahn has released a modest styling kit for the Range Rover Evoque. This new small sized SUV has become popular since it’s release and doesn’t need a ton of aftermarket parts to make it look better. Project Kahn decided to hook it up with some new wheels, the tuning companies RS600 alloys to be exact, which come finished in gunmetal. Customers have the option of three sizes to choose from, 20, 21, and 22-inches depending on their budget for the Range Rover Evoque.