It was only a matter of time before the tuning world got their hands on the modish new Range Rover Evoque.
Yorkshire fettlers Kahn have just announced their take on the Evoque: new paint colours, huge rims and a range of personalisation to make you stand out from the Chelsea set.
What Kahn do to the Range Rover Evoque
A. Kahn Design in Bradford takes the Evoque and produces whatever the customer’s taste – and wallet – allow.
This example sports a 35mm suspension drop to give the Evoque a more ground-hugging stance. A variety of alloy wheels is offered, ranging from 20-22in in diameter.
But most of the changes to the Kahn Evoque are cosmetic: the brake callipers are yellow, the roof orange (very DS3 Racing), privacy glass is fitted and many of the details are colour-coded.
Upholstery to match your wardrobe
Kahn promises it can spec the Evoque’s interior to match any customer’s mores. They’ll even match the seat upholstery to a buyer’s favourite jeans or suit.
They’ll even change the colour of the dashboard clock.
Much as we often deride the efforts of tuners, this new 2012 Range Rover Evoque by Kahn actually looks pretty smart to these eyes.
If anything, this Evoque is even nearer to the Land Rover LRX concept car.