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.
It’s been a while since we’ve covered an ONYX tuning project, however here we have the new Range Rover Evoque. The tuners started off with a nice wide body kit featuring a new front bumper, carbon fiber grille, rear bumper, extended wheel arches, side skirts, and side air vents. Next, ONYX installed a lowering kit and added some ligthweight alloy wheels to give it a sportier look.
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.
We have a ton of pictures for you of the Marangoni Range Rover Evoque HFI-R. The first thing that jumps out are the red Marangoni tires, but the brunette model spices it up even more. We’re surprised that colored tires have not yet gained popularity among tuners. Maybe because they are hard to keep looking new, or the fact that they are more expensive then regular rubber. These M-Power EvoRed high performance tires are made of a special compound with high silica content that is said to improve fuel consumption as well. The ones you see here were stretched on a new set of O.Z. Racing 20-inch alloy rims measuring 255/30R20.
Put on your sunglasses, this car receives the our award for the worst looking Range Rover on the streets. Other tuners like Project Kahn and Mansory have had success with the popular Range Rover SUV, but this particular one is a good example of what happens when you go too far. A little too much chrome wrap you say? The chrome wrapping of cars became popular last year all around the world, and still seems to be holding its popularity today.
A few weeks ago, Amari Design sent us their Lamborghini Gallardo Invidia tuning kit, and have now turned to the Range Rover Sport 4×4 Windsor Edition. The customizations include a front bumper with daytime running lights, rear bumper, wider wheel arches, door moldings, roof spoiler, carbon front grill, carbon side vents, carbon fiber hood, and a rear diffuser showing off new exhaust tips. The tuners also offer a non-wide package for those customers wanted to keep a more discreet factory look. Amari Design is now venturing out with a new line of forged wheels coming soon, consisting of three concepts, the deep concave, monoblock, and two-piece. The wheels you see on this Range Rover Sport are the AD1 deep concave.
With a sinister look in all black, Startech has revealed their new styling package for the Range Rover Sport. The tuned SUV features a new aggressive front fascia, LED daytime running lights, 22-inch lightweight alloy rims, redesigned rear bumper with integrated exhaust ports, and a removable section to allow the use of a trailer hitch. Many tuning companies decide to custom the Range Rover HSE Sport and similar models because they are quite easy to modify for a classy look. Inside, the car received a new sport steering wheel, stainless steel scuff plates with illuminated Startech logo, aluminum pedals, and aftermarket floor mats. If Range Rover customers are looking for more, then the tuners offer a bespoke customization program consisting of leather upholstery, exotic wood trim, rear tray tables, and other special modifications.
After the launch of the impressive BMW X5 M, the tuners from Mansory have done it again with the Range Rover Sport. As you can tell from the pictures, the tuning kit features a new front bumper with integrated LED daytime running lights, carbon fiber front grille, and new hood with a large center air inlet. Additionally, the package includes new side skirts, larger front and rear fenders, rear roof carbon fiber spoiler, D-pillars with carbon fiber, and a new rear bumper with integrated carbon diffuser holding the exhaust system.
This is the new aggressive body kit offered by the notorious Project Kahn for the 2011 Range Rover Sport RS. In our opinion this is one of the best looking kits we’ve seen, and apparently the new body pieces are made from carbon composite which weighs half as much as a normal body kit. The carbon composite also allows better fitment and a high quality finish. Included in this Range Rover Sport package are wider wheel arches for better aerodynamics, new front and rear bumpers, and a wheel package to round things out. A brand new set of 22-inch RS Black rims with white or silver stripe lips complete the exterior styling.
The Freelander RS200, Project Kahn’s latest tuning project inspired by the Land Rover Sport RS600, speaks for itself. With a complete visual makeover, these tuning specialists have focused on a more aggressive appearance. With a sleek matte black bonnet stripe, front bumper vents, body colored style vents, side sills, front grille surround, and door mirror caps, their Range Rover made Freelander RS200 is definitely an eye turner. It was also upgraded with massive 20-inch alloy wheels that come wrapped in high performance tires.
The British car tuning company at Prestige Styling have released a new styling kit for the 2010 Range Rover Sport SUV. Giving the RR Sport more road presents, Prestige added several aero parts to the Range Rover. At the front, the sport utility vehicle received a new bumper with integrated fog lights, and LED day running lights around the large central air intakes. Wider fenders complete the wheel arches and add a much more aggressive look to the Range Rover. Additional air intakes were designed in the new side skirts which give the appearance of a lower ride height. In the rear of the Range Rover Sport, Prestige Styling installed a new bumper retaining the OEM rear reflectors with a custom lower section to fit the exhaust pipes and a tow cover.