For some reason the name Phoenix is often associated with sinister stuff like military and intelligence operations. That is probably why Project Kahn has chosen this name for their new Range Rover Evoque Convertible upgrade package. The thing does indeed look pretty sinister in this bright shade of orange.
Apart from the Phoenix Orange paint job, Kahn’s Range Rover Evoque Convertible features a full set LE body kit and paraphernalia, including front and rear LE bumpers with integrated vents and mesh inserts, LE grille with 3D mesh insert, a bootlid spoiler and a pair of twin central Crosshair exhaust tailpipes plus Kahn special badging. Rounding up the exterior treatment is a set of Satin Black 9.5×22” RS alloy wheels complemented with copper-colored brake calipers.
As for the interior, Range Rover Evoque Convertible Phoenix benefits from Herringbone leather upholstery, in black with white edging and contrasting stitching, for the seats as well as dashboard, door armrests and centre glovebox, also trimmed with quilted and perforated leather and complemented with contrasting stitching, alcantara inserts on the instrument binnacle, Piano Blakc accents and trims, stainless steel door sill plates and posh carpet floor mats.
A fully-loaded Kahn Phoenix with stuff like Meridian stereo, navigation, Bluetooth, etc., powered by a 180bhp a 2.0-litre TD4 diesel engine will set you back £66,875.
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