Sunday, July 24, 2016

Sunday Lite: Project Kahn Land Rover Range Rover 4.4 TDV8 Westminster Edition - Something nice to get stuck in a Raya Open House traffic jam


Taking it easy this weekend as it is still Hari Raya Aidil Fitri open house weekends till the end of July. I heard a friend's relative took 3 hours to reach Section 6 in Shah Alam from Ampang Jaya. Hearing this was stressful. So this is Project Kahn's latest showing which would make sitting in a traffic jam much more relaxing. The Project Kahn Land Rover Range Rover 4.4 TDV8 Westminster Edition. According to Kahn this is the ideal vehicle one would associate with royalty. Fuiyoh. 


The Kahn aerodynamic styling package consists of a front bumper replacement with ring bezels and 3D mesh inserts, rear bumper replacement including exhaust diffuser, rear diffuser in matte pearl grey, side vents, front bumper lower bar in matte pearl grey, side skirts, quad rear silencer in Matt Black and 9.5\" X 22\" RS wheels. The exterior colour isn't British Racing Green, but something Kahn calls  Aintree Green. Inside, one will find a splendid Ivory leather with contrasting piping interior (which is fully customisable if you don't like ivory). 

I also think that the words 'aerodynamic styling package' is an overstatement. It looks all blunt and squared off like the broadside of a barn. A massive barn.


The Project Kahn conversion alone is valued at GBP11,394.00 BUT according to Kahn, this exact Project Kahn Land Rover Range Rover 4.4 TDV8 Westminster edition is currently available as a complete vehicle for just GBP38,995.

Head over to their webpage for more information. Any of you rich Malaysians should know that you could get a Malaysian AP holder to bring this in for you for a fee of course. GBP38,995 is a steal actually. Especially if you have billions of Ringgit suddenly appearing in your bank account or suddenly donated or gifted to you. 





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