It is inevitable for every new Range Rover that comes out of the factory to get a Kahn treatment, and so, even though it did take a while, here it is now, the Kahn Range Rover Sport SVR Supercharged which the tuner calls Pace Car. What Kahn have done here, in their own words, is taking the most accomplished SUV RR has ever made and turn it into the “ultimate blend of luxury and performance.”
That is a noble goal, but what they have done with the exterior of the Range Rover Sport SVR may not sit well with the connoisseurs. Building on the SUV’s sporty characteristics, Kahn have given the SVR a wide body kit with blue-accented bumpers featuring stupidly large grilles on the front. Blue accents continue on the grille and side vents, but fortunately the SVR is saved from utter humiliation thanks to a set of classy Kahn 23” RS alloy wheels and Volcanic Volcanic Rock Satin paint.
The interior is much more sophisticated, as Kahn Range Rover Sport SVR gets quilted and perforated leather, vented aluminium pedals and stainless steel door entry sill plates. As you would expect, such richly flavoured Range Rover does not come cheap. A loaded car with all the aforementioned bells and whistles costs £124,999.
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