Wearing a vibrant Firenze Red exterior, the new Project Kahn Range Rover Sport Dynamic Pace Car features a plethora of stylish upgrades.
The SUV is more dynamic, thanks to the new extended front and rear wheel arches with widened lightweight carbon composite bumpers to match.
New 3-D mesh inserts and used for the intakes while a new front grille with floating insert sits above. For that added touch of visual power, a new lip spoiler sits at the bottom of the new bumper.
Providing a touch of contrast to the Firenze Red livery, one will find new black-finished 9.5 x 23 RS alloy wheels with 305/30/23 tires. A set of stainless steel cross-hair tailpipes at the rear completes the visual transformation.
Inside, the Range Rover Sport is adorned with Black quilted Herringbone leather seats. The door tops, door armrests, centre console fascia, instrument binnacle and steering wheel hub have all been re-trimmed to match, whilst Stainless steel door sill plates and machined aluminium foot pedals add to the wealth of luxury.
With the aforementioned upgrades, it is of little surprise that the latest analysis from independent trade specialists CAP shows an 18 percent uplift in residual value for the Range Rover Pace Car when compared to the standard vehicle.
RS Alloy Wheels - 9.5x22
LE Front Grille with 3D Mesh
Front & Rear Seats in Quilted & Perforated Leather in Black
Stainless Steel Crosshair Quad Rear Pipes & Finishers in Satin Black
Front Bumper Lower Lip Spoiler
Front Bumper Replacement in Carbon Composite
Front Bumper Centre Piece
Front & Rear Vented Wide Wheel Arches with Integrated Air Dams