Audi Q3 2.0 TDI gets subtle new looks from A. Kahn Design

Posted on Sunday, 27 October 2013 , 23:10:34 byEmil

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Audi Q3 2.0 TDI gets subtle new looks from A. Kahn Design

A. Kahn Design has developed a styling kit for the Audi Q3 2.0 TDI. The British tuning house started its activity in 1998 by designing alloy wheels. In 2003 the company started developing vehicle design modifications for high-end cars. Their portfolio includes autos such as: Range Rover Crosworth RS600 (2012), Range Rover Sport RS300 (2012), Range Rover Evoque RS250 (2012), Maybach 57 (2012) or Land Rover Defender 2.2 Chelsea Wide Track (2013).

The upgraded A. Kahn Design Audi Q3 2.0 is a mixture of elegance and practicality without bringing the old `boxy` appearance of the regular SUV. Although the actual modifications are very minimal, the company stated that: `In some cases refinement by means of a minimalist approach results in a happy medium between luxury and design.`

The tuning house enhances the sporty character of the vehicle by equipping it with 10X20 silver platinum RS-XF wheels with 255X45X20 inch tyres. Furthermore, the vehicle comes with privacy tinted glass, painted brake calipers and enamel wing shields which complement the existing coupe inspired roof line. Although the vehicle was intended for open road driving, those who have the ambition of conquering a more `rugged track` behind its steering wheel are offered with an optional four wheel drive system as well as raised ride height.

Concerning the interior, A. Kahn Design offers the customer the possibility of choosing from a practically limitless color range for the leather, trim pieces and fabric thus creating a most personalized environment for drivers and passengers. The company`s philosophy is to `redesign the ordered monotony of mass produced vehicles and rebuild them into individually tailored creations.`

The standard Audi Q3 2.0 TDI already comes with a lot of goodies itself. The manufacturer equipped it with light, rain and rear parking sensors, a 6.5 inch display for relevant driving information as well as a modern satellite navigation system.