Project Kahn return showed their ability to returnmodify the 2011 Jeep Wrangler Silver by adding a few important matters. The British tuning company makes an aggressive package with a smooth version of the package which was inaugurated in early 2011.
Kahn’s silver Jeep Wrangler is more about the whole than the sum of its parts, but to get it there, Kahn and company dropped the suspension, fitted 20-inch alloys, retrofitted the interior and, apparently, gave it a proper respray. The result (that is, an off-road workhorse with a dropped suspension and oversize wheels) sits at just about the opposite end of the spectrum from the recently-announced Mopar JK-8 Independence kit, and may make about as much sense as the proverbial screen door on a submarine. That said, we’ve got to admit it looks the business… whatever business that might be. See for yourself in the high-res image gallery below.
Afzal Kahn says he believes this vehicle exemplifies a way of life which is synonymous with off-road prowess, eccentricity and style: “This is not only an adventurous vehicle it is a style icon – well groomed and bursting with aggression. The vehicle ascertains personality and strength, and would not look out of place in both rough terrain and the city centre.”
“Project Kahn is for the individual who will not submit to a life of uniformity and who will only accept perfection. Dedicated to the creation of luxury bespoke vehicles, we redesign the ordered monotony of mass produced vehicles and rebuild them into individually tailored creations for celebrities and discerning customers who enjoy the finer things in life,” the company press release states.
The interior gets a bespoke leather treatment and can be customized further upon customer’s request. That’s about it for now, but maybe later on they tweak the car further.
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