Even though the Land Rover Discovery Sport hasn’t been on the market for very long, Kahn Design has just unveiled the first example it has worked its magic on.
This particular Discovery Sport is painted in Corris Grey and first up has been installed with a set of Kahn Design wheels that measure 20×8.5 at both the front and rear. The brake calipers have also been painted in a bright shade of red while a custom Kahn Design bonnet has also been installed.
In the cabin, the British tuner has created a Red Herringbone leather interior incorporating luxurious quilted stitched components. Additionally, the centre of the steering wheel has been finished in alcantara while parts of the dashboard, centre console and door panels are leather wrapped. Machined aluminium vented pedals and door entry sill plates are also present.
“This week it’s the Land Rover Discovery Sport 2.2 SD4 Ground Effect Edition.
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The team at Project Kahn has taken the new Land Rover Discovery Sport to another level.
Afzal Kahn wanted to make the SUV stand out in the crowded marketplace and did so by focusing on creating a light upgrade programme entitled the Ground Effect Edition.
This Corris Grey Discovery was given a set of 8.5″ X 20″RS600 wheels complete in Silver Platinum with 275X40X20″ tyres, Brake Callipers finished in Liquid Red and Kahn bonnet and tailgate lettering.
Inside, the driver and passengers are treated to a beautifully crafted Red Herringbone Leather interior. Designed and made in the UK, the package comprises full upholstery of the front and rear seats, including the headrests and armrests, in high quality quilted and perforated soft leather, door card centre and steering wheel centre hub in Alcantara, door card tops, dashboard, centre glove box in leather, vented foot pedals in machined aluminium and door entry sill plates in machined aluminium.”