Hardly a week goes by that we don’t hear of a new car from Khan Design. This week they’ve announced another update for the Range Rover Sport, called the ‘Red Ranger’.
Red is not a colour you often see on large premium SUVs like the Range Rover, but if properly done, as in this case here, it doesn’t look too bad. Of course, it all depends on the shade of red, which can make or break a vehicle’s looks, but the deep red used on Project Kahn’s tune, hits the spot in our opinion and creates a nice contrast with the black accents such as the carbon fibre front grille, side air vents, front and rear bumper trims and the quad exhaust tailpipes.
Giving the Red Ranger more road presence – as if it was short of any already – the British design house has also fitted a wide body kit that consists of extended front and rear lower lip spoilers, front LED light strips, side skirts and wheel arch extensions. The luxury SUV also rides on a new set of 22-inch Kahn RS600 wheels.
Inside, the exterior theme is inverted, as black leather and carbon fibre trims cover most surfaces of the cabin, with red being used as an accent colour on the stitching of the seats and door panels.