Granted, the Evoque is already a good looking vehicle, but Project Kahn's styling changes really do enhance the vehicle.
The Project Kahn Touch
This Santorini Black beauty benefits from an innovative front bumper with fog lamps, a smart black grille. An inner grille, grille vents, headlight details, running lights for the bumper vents, a centre section graphic, integrated LED daytime running lights, and special ‘KAHN’ lettering gives the vehicle an extra touch of style.
Towards the rear, a number of eye-catching touches include a new bumper replacement with integrated vents, a lower boot lid spoiler, an additional spoiler on the re-shaped boot lid and a cross hair exhaust system.
Value For Money
In summary, the RS250 is an innovative re-interpretation of Land Rover's Range Rover Evoque. The vehicle will receive a number of attention grabbing looks.
When it comes to value for money The Project Kahn RS250 Evoque maintains better value than the stock vehicles on which the vehicle is based.
The Project Kahn RS250 Evoque was assessed first-hand by the automotive valuation authority, CAP, with the RS250 maintaining an amazing 22% above Black Book value.
Inside, the bespoke touch is nothing short of exemplary. The front and rear seats, centre glove box, transmission tunnel, and door arm rests are dressed in Black leather. However, feel free to suggest your very own colour scheme.
Furthermore, a new speedometer, diamond gear selector, vented foot pedals and Kahn wheels are just some of the additional upgrades on offer.
Feel free to pick from three- or five-door models, available as petrol or diesel variants. This particular model, however, is the 2.2-litre version, which accounts for 190hp, a 0-62mph time of 8.5 seconds and official combined economy of 43.5mpg.
Make The Choice
You do not have to choose the entire package. You could, for example, go for the front grille and bumper, or the interior and a set of wheels. The choice is yours.