Just when you thought the Range Rover Sport couldn’t get any more luxurious.
The Range Rover Sport SVR is already a menacing machine, but that hasn’t stopped Kahn Design from giving it a radical makeover to complement its blistering performance. Dubbed the SVR Pace Car, the upgraded Range Rover Sport SVR features even racier looks and a more refined cabin.
At the front, Kahn Design has added a new front bumper with integrated air intakes, a customized grille with 3D mesh and new front splitters. These additions are supplemented with flared front and rear wide wheel arches and extended side skirts. At the back, a new deck lid spoiler, roof wing, and rear bumper with an integrated exhaust diffuser give the SUV a sportier look.
9.5 x 23” RS wheels featuring a Diamond Cut Satin Black finish, 305/30/23 tires, and stainless-steel cross-hair quad rear pipes round off the exterior changes.
Inside, Kahn Design has made the already luxurious Range Rover Sport SVR even more opulent with quilted and perforated leather upholstery on the seats finished in black and orange, stainless steel door entry sill plates, and vented aluminium foot pedals.
The powertrain has been left stock, which means the SUV is powered by a 5.0-liter supercharged V8 that delivers 575 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque. This enables the Range Rover SVR to do the 0-62 mph sprint in just 4.3 seconds and top out at 176 mph. According to Kahn Design, the SVR Pace Car is currently available for $123,000, which is around $12,000 more than a standard Range Rover Sport SVR.