The latest tuning by Kahn Design features one of the most wanted urban SUVs, and it is the Range Rover Evoque. The car is finished in Volcanic Grey Satin exterior paint scheme and it is one of the main characteristics that differentiate it from the factory models. In addition, the exterior of the Evoque also received aggressive carbon fibre units that replaced the front and rear bumpers. At the rear, there is an integrated matte black diffuser and stainless steel cross-hair exhaust tips.

Furthermore, the fascia also go new LED daytime running lights as well as 3-D grille with a matte black mesh and sump guard. Each side of the vehicle was additionally adorned by piano black door handles and mirrors stand out as well as matte black side vents.

Reviewing again the back, we see on this Range Rover new roof spoiler, lower trunk spoiler with matte black lip, and a tailgate trim. New Kahn lettering on the hood and tailgate round out the package.

The Evoque is driven by a 2.2 litre turbo diesel engine. It is capable of a total of 420 Nm (310 lb-ft), which is sent directly to all four Matt Gun Metal RS-600 wheels. They come in the size of 8.5" x 22" and are coupled with 275x40x20" tyres.

Behind those wheels we see callipers and a set of lowering springs. The latter minimize the ride height by 20 mm. What is left to be mentioned regarding the exterior is the twin crosshair exhaust system in stainless steel.

Inside, the vehicle received custom upholstery on the seats. The material used was perforated black nappa leather, which is also to be found on the centre glove box. In contrast, the transmission tunnel and headliner is available with woven contrast stitching. A diamond gear selector, red gauges, machined and vented aluminium pedals and discreet Kahn branding is what's left untold here.

Source: Kahn