The British at Project Kahn are almost always referred to as lazy tuners or over promoters of the least work and anything of the likes.
Truth be told though, while Project Kahn doesn’t produce enormous fabrication kits or make them available for many models outside the idea of the Range Rover.
These two ideas don’t mix very well, but Project Kahn do work hard as they constantly update their variety of kits or come up with new ones every five minutes.
Proof of this is in the announcement of the Project Kahn Range Rover Sport Vesuvius. Last year they produced the Sport 300 and now they’ve given us a followup.
A lot like the previous version, the British tuner stuck to the black and orange paint job for the body and opted for a gunmetal finish for the alloy wheels.
Granted, the proportions of the colors and the wheels are now different but the car itself is said to be even more different.
Except it really isn’t. No performance upgrades are available and, worse still, the model we see here has the less than flattering 3.0 liter SDV6 diesel engine.
Try justifying the wide body kit, louder exhaust system and the carbon fiber trim when knowing that. It’s almost certain that you can get other engines but the presentation is awful.
Behind the privacy glass there’s an amazing interior planned out but, as usual, Project Kahn isn’t very interested in showcasing how it looks right now.