You might know aftermarket specialist Kahn for its aftermarket projects – or you might know them for the National Geographic Supercar Megabuild series.
If you’re a car aficionado living under a rock with no Internet, TV or even radio, we can tell you Afzal Kahn is a design guru that likes extravagant projects. And for their latest attempt it doesn’t get much extravagant than reworking the already quirky Range Rover Evoque cabrio. It’s among the few representatives of a very odd niche – open top sport utility vehicles. So even without Kahn’s intervention you’re bound to get a few looks if you go to the local shop in it. The Range Rover Evoque Cabriolet is the third body style in the family and it’s of course since launch the unique representative of the open-top premium compact SUV niche. This particular example wears the Project Kahn LE package and can be had for £66,875 – which is about the same price of a fully-specked Porsche 718 Boxster S, but with the added panache of claiming a unique vehicle.
The LE features new bumpers with integrated vents and even mesh inserts, then there’s the signature LE grille with 3D mesh insert, a boot lid spoiler on the back and twin central Crosshair exhaust tailpipes, a Kahn trademark. The aftermarket specialist also opted for new wheels – 9.5×22-liter RS alloys in Satin Black. The cabin has been modified with Herringbone leather upholstery, in black with white edging and contrasting stitching. The dashboard, door armrests, and glovebox meanwhile get quilted and perforated leather with contrasting stitching and the completing measure is the Alcantara insert for the instrument cluster top.