British tuner Project Kahn has announced that they’ve decided to spread the Vesuvius love to the smallest member of the Land Rover family.
That’ll be the brand new Range Rover Evoque crossover. It’s a vehicle that looks great in a lot of paint colors but I’m not sure about this one.
Most of the finishes we’ve been seeing of the Evoque simply look cool, this orange hue that comes with the Vesuvius package is trying a little too hard.
It is weird, because on the full sized Range Rover it’s looking great. Anyway, the Vesuvius package of the Evoque features more than a new coat of paint.
For instance, there’s another coat of paint that spreads to the center section of the front and rear bumpers and the front and side air vents, This is where the finish is switched to Matt Pearl Grey.
A set of Kahn specific 21 inch alloy wheels is also fitted, also in Matt Pearl Grey and they disguise brake calipers that were painted in the aforementioned orange.
The interior of the Project Kahn Vesuvius Range Rover Evoque is said to be even better than the standard trim that was fitted in the factory.
There’s word of black quilted leather, Alcantara, orange leather details, a revised instrument cluster and machined aluminum sport pedals.
As usual, Project Kahn tells us they have the open checkbook sort of attitude and will treat you to just about anything you might want inside an Evoque.