Another Range Rover Evoque has just been unveiled courtesy of tuner Kahn Design. The car in question is the Project Kahn RS250 and as with all Kahn Design creations, it features a selection of eye-catching visual modifications as well as some performance changes.
For starters, the Range Rover Evoque in question has been finished in a shade dubbed Volcanic Rock Satin combined with gloss black wing mirrors and a gloss black roof. Elsewhere, massively flared wheel arches have been installed both at the front and rear while a thoroughly revised front fascia is also featured with a new bumper, new grille and bespoke fog lights.
Other modifications performed by Kahn Design include the installation of a large rooftop spoiler, a new rear bumper as well as 22×9.5 inch Kahn RS wheels painted in gloss black. A lowered suspension system is also featured with it dropping the vehicle’s ride height by 25 mm while a stainless steel exhaust system has also been installed.
Inside, Oxblood red leather is found across the front and rear seats as well as the centre console, transmission tunnel and door arm rests. Stainless steel sill plates are also present as are machined aluminium foot pedals.