The British aftermarket specialists at Project Kahn have recently taken on a new project based on the Audi Q7 and its 3.0 liter V6 diesel engine.
After tuning probably all the popular SUVs in the world, the guys at Project Kahn have chosen the German Audi Q7 for visually transforming it on the outside and in the cabin. Project Kahn says that the upgrade package for the Audi Q7 is made out of new exhaust tailpipes, a rear apron with an incorporated diffuser, a roof spoiler, front fender vents side skirts, wheel arch extensions, ground metal grey detailing, a pearl white hue and some large 22 inch Kahn RSX alloy wheels finished in gunmetal grey.
The cabin hasn’t been left aside either by Project Kahn and the Brits have fitted black leather with red accents and stitching on the seats, aluminum sports pedals, the rev counter and the speedo have been painted in cream tones and red and the door entry sill plates are now stainless steel. Unfortunately there is no change under the hood and the standard 3.0 liter V6 engine is still developing a total output of 233 BHP. The Audi Q7 by Project Kahn is available for GBP61,875.