2019 Range Rover Sport SVR Gets A Racy New Look

Tuning

Project Kahn will only produce 40 examples of its spruced-up Range Rover SVR.

The recently facelifted 2019 Range Rover Sport SVR is already a wonderfully hardcore SUV thanks to its supercharged 5.0-liter V8 engine that delivers a substantial 575 horsepower. To match the muscle under the hood, aftermarket tuner Project Kahn has given the Range Rover SVR an aggressive makeover inside and out.

Dubbed the Range Rover Sport 5.0 V8 Supercharged SVR Pace Car First Edition, the modified SUV looks more menacing at the front thanks to a new bumper spoiler and aggressive splitter. The front has also been extended, and the rear fenders feature integrated air dams. A new vented grille and bumper center section also accentuate the power under the hood.

At the rear, Project Kahn has also added a new tailgate panel, bumper valence with integrated exhausts, and a three-piece aero wing. Rounding off the exterior changes is a set of 23-inch Pace Car wheels made from lightweight forged aluminum alloy.

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Inside, Project Kahn has made the cabin even more luxurious with SVR Sport seats finished in soft quilted and perforated leather, which has also been applied to the center arm rest, console and steering wheel. Only 49 Project Kahn Range Rover Sport SVR Pace Car First Edition models will be produced at a cost of £139,999 ($181,499). Like with other Project Kahn models, customers tailor the Range Rover Sport SVR Pace Car First Edition to their own unique specification.

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