Third-gen Range Rover receives styling and performance upgrades by British outfits A. Kahn Design and Cosworth.
British car-styling master Azfal Kahn has introduced an aftermarket package for the previous-gen Range Rover that includes some work under the hood by Kahn's compatriots at Cosworth. The 4x4's 5.0-liter supercharged V8 has received tweaks to the supercharger and ECU, resulting in a boost in output from 500 to 545 horsepower and from 461 to 600 lb-ft of torque, hence the project's name RS600. Kahn claims the tuned Range Rover can now shift from 0-60 mph in just 4.5 seconds.
Complementing the performance upgrades is a styling package made up of RS vented wheel arches with integrated 3-piece air dams, an extended front lower lip spoiler, a satin black hood and roof stripe, RS front grille, LED light strips and Kahn branding. The exterior mods are rounded off with a set of 22-inch RS alloys, while a bespoke interior includes custom seats, an eight-piece fascia trim array, and 3D carbon-finish rear tailgate center trim.