Project Kahn Tuning have had a few forays into other type of cars and even other manufacturers with their kits but we all know where their heart is.
At minimum, it’s Land Rover’s Range Rover. They play around with all sorts of variations of the British SUV but mostly they try and stick to the Sport one.
Their latest take on the Range Rover Sport is called the Capital City Edition and isn’t difficult to describe as unsubstantiated.
Like just about all product from Kahn Design, the Capital City Edition requires a certain amount of taste and appreciation for things that aren’t obvious, even if they are.
It’s the coming together of their infamous RS600 body kit and their similarly popular RS600 alloy wheels in a 22 inch version.
Basically, just about everything about the Project Kahn Tuning Range Rover Sport Capital City Edition is different in terms of looks.
If the white paint and red accents aren’t really to your taste there’s really only one other thing that’s disturbing.
Those surf board looking side skirts are simply horrid. The rest of the car is quite good looking though.
Inside, Project Kahn, promises a new instrument binnacle, new steering wheel and aluminum accents and pedals.
The leather interior is now quilted but, as usual, we can’t see any of this behind the tinted glass. Kahn Design are always open to discussion on doing more.
At this point you’d likely find replacement side skirts and opt for a Range Rover Sport Capital City Edition that’s as cleanly painted as possible.