Kahn Design made headlines recently for its brutish take on the Aston Martin DB9, the unforgettable WB12 Vengeance that made its debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

However, the British coachbuilder hasn’t neglected the marque that made it famous around the globe, Land Rover, and has expressed this with two very bespoke versions of the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. They’re called the RS Pace Cars and were designed to show off the extensive modifications Kahn Design is currently offering for the luxury Land Rovers.

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The star is the Range Rover RS Pace Car, which features a two-tone exterior Kahn Design refers to as Black Kirsch Over Madeira Red. Real carbon fiber has also been used on the exterior and you’ll easily spot the widened wheel arches and black detailing all around. The wheels are a set of Kahn Design’s famous RS pieces, measuring 23 inches across.

2016 Land Rover Range Rover RS Pace Car by Kahn Design

2016 Land Rover Range Rover RS Pace Car by Kahn Design

Inside, the Range Rover RS Pace Car has been redesigned with plush leather sporting an interesting pattern. It’s used for the seats and features a burnt orange hue. Some of the interior pieces have been painted to match the exterior and new stainless steel treadplates have been installed to greet passengers when they open the doors.

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For the Range Rover Sport RS Pace Car, Kahn Design has gone for a sportier look. The exterior is finished in Imperial Blue and also wears widened wheel arches. There are also gray accents around the body as well as real carbon fiber. This model also wears 23-inch RS wheels and at the rear you’ll find Kahn Design’s popular crosshair exhaust tips.


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