The new Range Rover is a slick SUV right out of the box, however, that hasn’t stopped British designer Afzal Kahn and his Kahn Design team from making it even slicker. The aesthetic-focused company has come up with an ‘RS600’ kit for the Range Rover Autobiography, featuring a host of interior and exterior tweaks that are sure to tempt owners.
The model they’ve used to showcase the RS600 kit is the long-wheelbase version. It sports new features such as wheel arch flares, a painted front lip, mesh grille, gloss black details on the tailgate, painted mirror caps, and custom ‘Paris Grey’ paintwork.
Sitting at each corner are a set of guard-filling 23-inch RS wheels painted in matt black. The wheels also feature a 305-wide footprint, up from 275-wide on the standard model.
No Kahn Design kit is complete without custom additions to the interior. New white stripes spread down each seat along with unique stitching and perforated leather. There’s also a set of aluminium pedals and stainless steel sill plates that greet passengers as they rise up into the big British SUV.
Australian prices for the Range Rover Autobiography start from $236,100 for the 250kW/740Nm 4.4-litre SDV8 turbo diesel, and top out at $260,800 for the long-wheelbase 375kW/640Nm supercharged 5.0-litre V8.
Kahn Design has come up with a bunch of Land Rover kits in the past, including the RS300 Discovery 4 kit and the XS90 Defender kit. It has also done a Wide Track Porsche Panemera kit. If you’d like to enquire about the RS600 kit head over to Kahn Design.