The Baby Range – as the model has been known affectively – has been tuned by the British specialists at Kahn Design. The customization process targeted the five-door Range Rover Evoque.
Among the world’s most stylish SUV/crossover offerings, the Evoque has gained a large following since its reveal back in 2011. Because some customers may think the car’s image could be a little obsolete now, Kahn Design jumped to their aide and developed a thorough a personalization program for the 2012 onwards five-door model equipped with the 190 bhp 2.2-liter SD4 diesel engine.
Essentially, the modified car – which has already clocked 27,382 miles – is an evolution of the company’s Dark Tungsten RS250 kit presented back in 2012. Back then, all the evolution had to do with the styling department, with the model featuring no power upgrades.
Aside from adding the usual LED daylight array up front, the tuners at Kahn Design also opted for a new set of 20-inch matt gunmetal alloy wheels and a completely new rear bumper that now sports a glossy black diffuser.
Inside the cabin, the older styling changes – which included stainless steel doorsill plates, diamond gear selector and a carbon center console – were now upgraded with new additions. These include machined aluminum foot pedals, a panoramic glass sunroof and 360-degrees camera system. The modified car is priced at 39,875 British pounds.