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Tuning specialist set to reveal performance Land Rover model, dubbed RS-300, featuring new bodykit and interior
Jim Holder
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1 min read
28 February 2014

Modified car specialist Kahn will display its first interpretation of the new Range Rover Sport at the Geneva motor show. Dubbed the Kahn Range Rover Sport RS-300, modifications are set to be purely cosmetic.

At present, only a darkened teaser image has been released, but Khan says that it has "strived for perfection in every detail". Modifications include a new aerodynamic styling package, new front and rear bumpers, an altered front grille and a new front spoiler. All will be finished in bright orange detailing.

Brushed 23-inch aluminium wheels have also been added, plus new side vent surrounds, orange-coloured brake calipers and a single exit crosshair exhaust system, again finished in aluminium.

Inside, the seven seater is trimmed in a quilted leather, and gets a hand-stitched leather cover on the steering wheel and a re-upholstered dashboard in contrasting black and orange.

The Kahn Range Rover RS-600 Performance Edition, Kahn Defender 90 and Kahn Defender 110, Kahn Range Rover 600-LE Luxury Edition and the Kahn Range Rover Evoque will also be displayed on its Geneva show stand.

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