Kahn Design loves tuning the latest Land Rover vehicles and have released these images of a new Range Rover project. They calling it the Kahn LE and is based on the Range Rover Sport with the 3.0-liter SDV6 RSE under the hood. A new aero kit comprised of a lower front lip spoiler, RS front grille with 3D mesh, side skirts and side vents at the rear for the quad tipped exhaust. Completing the exterior are 22-inch matte pearl grey Kahn Design RS 600 rims wrapped in high performance tires.
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.
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.
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.
The ONYX tuning company have released the latest upgrade kits for the Ranger Rover Vogue and Range Rover Sport models. They now offer the Platinum V and S packages for customers seeking excellent styling, performance upgrades, and flawless craftsmanship. Including in the new tuning kits are new wheel arches made from the highest quality FRP, carbon fiber materials, used to manufacture side vents, front grilles, and rear diffusers. These are the same carbon fiber techniques used to construct high-end machines like Formula 1 race cars and aerospace engineering.
This is the latest Range Rover Sport project from the tuning firm Hamann, which they call the Conqueror II package. The Hamann Conqueror II features several styling and performance upgrades with a stunning new aero kit. Consisting of a new front bumper with integrated LED daytime running lights, the Range Rover also received wing extensions, a carbon bonnet, new rear apron with diffuser look, and a new roof spoiler. Hamann then installed large 23-inch black wheels with a stainless steel chrome lip that come wrapped in high performance tires.
The British car tuning company Project Kahn has released the latest Range Rover Sport project which received the nickname RS600. Included in the package is a new aerodynamic kit, interior customizations, and performance upgrades. The aftermarket styling kit adds a touch of aggression to the Range Rover Sport with redesigned front and rear bumpers. Project Kahn also installed side skirts, a new rear wing, and large 22-inch RS alloy wheels wrapped in high performance tires to complete the look.
The British car tuners at Prestige have released a new styling kit for the Range Rover Sport. Making the SUV look like a muscle car, Prestige added several aerodynamic parts to the Range Rover. The front received a new bumper with integrated fog lights and air intakes. Wider fenders complete the wheel arches and add a much more aggressive look. Extra 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 installed a new bumper custom made to fit the exhaust pipes and a towing cover.
One of the most luxurious SUVs on the market is the Range Rover, and Startech created a new styling kit for the car. Being in the same class as the BMW X5, Mercedes-Benz ML, and Audi Q7, Startech needed to offer exclusive comfort to surpass these models. The new Range Rover package includes suspension modifications, a sport body kit, and aftermarket wheels. It comes with LED front lights in the bumper, and Startech added their Monostar IV light alloy wheels. The wheels measure 22×10 and come with low profile high performance tires measuring 295/35R22.