2013 Range Rover Evoque Black Label Edition by Kahn review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 6 November 2013 , 00:11:56 byAngela

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Range Rover Evoque Black Label Edition by Kahn

The British tuning company, already a well known name in the auto field, Kahn Design, convinces us every day that it is a restless company. It constantly works and releases new projects and their latest one is the Kahn Range Rover Evoque Black Label Edition. Being a core part of the tuner’s business the Range Rover benefits from the best that the company has to offer and this is proved by the present tuning program.

The Kahn Range Rover Evoque Black Label Edition is covered in Santorini Black Metallic paint. It features a new front grille with 3D mesh, a front bumper centre section graphic coloured in matt black, a front bumper mesh wearing matt black and silver, some LED daytime running lights for the front bumper, a side sill trim in gloss black, some side vent inserts in copper, the door entry sill plates in stainless steel, the painted floating roof and the brake calipers having a Vesuvius orange paint. All these updated elements provide the SUV with a superior look, a more attractive one.

Kahn Design equips the Range Rover Evoque Black Label Edition with a cross hair exhaust system that perfectly illustrates the sound of the engine. The vehicle rides on a set of matt pearl Kahn RS250 wheels sized 9.5” x 22”. The interior is also impressing. The seats are covered in quilted and perforated leather and there are a transmission tunnel in Alcantara, a diamond gear shift and four door armrests quilted and perforated as well. The inside also features vented foot pedals in machined aluminium, centre glove box re-upholstered in quilted and perforated leather, dashboard stitching and high quality duty carpet floor mats. This entire upgrade made by Kahn does nothing else but to confirm the high skills of the tuner who has managed to show the public another side of the Evoque.