Project Kahn Range Rover Sport Miyagi Edition
Project Kahn has released a customized version of the Range Rover Sport and dubbed it as the ‘Miyagi’ edition. This is an attempt of the aftermarket specialist to raise funds for the tsunami and earthquake that recently hit Japan. With this, the tuner has tried to spread awareness among people and has launched a direct appeal to its fans and customers to donate money for the humanitarian cause.
The Range Rover Sport Miyagi Edition features a Bali Blue paintjob, along with a flat black finish of the roof, the central part of the hood and several other exterior details like the side air vents. The car features a ten-piece body kit. This includes a redesigned front bumper with a billet steel finished fog-light surround, an exhaust diffuser that replaces the rear bumper, side skirts, side vents with double mesh and rear quad stainless steel exhaust system by Cosworth. The exterior package is completed with the 22-inch RS Cosworth wheels.
The interior is also remodeled and is as exotic as the exterior. It features bespoke quilted leather on the front and rear seats as well as on the dashboard and glove box. Contrasting silver stitching against black leather for the steering wheel and gear shifts provide the interior with a classy look. The stainless steel door entry stills and electric blue lighting in the speedometer, rev counter and the clock completes the interior package.
This car is up for order now and the pricing starts from £69,000 for the diesel model and at £89,000 for the petrol version.