Kahn Design Porsche Cayenne Super Sports Wide Track

A. Kahn Design had earlier announced a Fuji White Range Rover Evoque RS250 that would make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2013. The British tuner has now added a Porsche Cayenne super sport wide track alongside the Range Rover Evoque RS250.

The seductive proportions of this vehicle feature a range of enhancements which include vented front and rear wide wheel arches with integrated front and rear air dams, LED daytime running lights for the front wheel arch vents, lower boot lid spoiler, welcome ambient package, sports lowered suspension springs, brake calipers finished in liquid gold, door handles in satin black, Kahn enamel wing shields and Kahn enamel tailgate logo.

Drivers will enjoy the privacy tinted glass and pilot the engine while listening to the Kahn cross hair exhaust system. Centered round a radical design and interconnected in order to coalesce design and engineering expression, the Kahn stainless steel quad crosshair exhaust system is a first cousin only to silence and manners.

The interior is what we have come to expect from Kahn. It features front and rear seats in black and carbon quilted and perforated leather with ivory contrast stitching. The center glove box is finished in black and carbon quilted leather while the vented foot pedals are in machined aluminum. The speedo and rev counter facia come in red and cream and finally the floor mats and Kahn investing in British Industry logo.

Kahn Design Porsche Cayenne Super Sports Wide Track

The Porsche Cayenne is set to roll on Kahn wheels created using state-of-the art manufacturing and materials technology. They size the 9.5 X 22 inches in the front and 10.5 x22 inches in the rear, these RS 600 wheels are finished in the color of your choice and fit all original center caps. With simple clean lines, soft organic surfaces on the edge of the spoke and a purposeful mechanical centre, the RS 600 wheels are synonymous with elegance and innovation.

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