A. Kahn Design Does the Evoque in Red

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Kahn has already worked on the Evoque and they have returned with a red version.

CarBuzz reported on an A. Kahn Design Range Rover Evoque back in December and now we have another version from the British tuning firm for the "Car of the Year 2011" award-winning crossover. The red Evoque features some nice styling and a new look for the impressive Range Rover. The red Range Rover features a 35mm lowered suspension, dark privacy glass, yellow brake calipers (though they appear to be the same red color as the exterior in these photos) and new adaptive front headlights.

The interior boasts some impressive touches as well. They include a touch screen sat nav, aluminum pedals and a customizable leather interior. The project sits on a set of Kahn RS600 wheels ranging in size from 20- to 22-inches. Kahn is also offering a fully-customizable color scheme for both the interior and exterior. According to their site, they could "design for you a vehicle with an exterior the color of your jeans and an interior with seats the same shade of let's say, a grey T-shirt. Customers could change the color of the clock, or ask for anything else, the world is their oyster, so to speak."

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As far as we know, Kahn will also offer the interior and exterior in oyster color, if you prefer. Pricing for the red A. Kahn Design Range Rover Evoque is based on the customer's choice of options.

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