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Afzal Kahn Design’s Range Rover Evoque

Afzal Kahn’s latest project is this new mini-sport utility vehicle: the smallest ever Range Rover. We all know it’s called an Evoque, but allow A. Kahn Design to put into words just why this particular vehicle sets the benchmark.

With over 90 percent of buyers set to be ‘newcomers’ to the product, and younger, more urban and a great deal more female than traditional customers – Afzal Kahn’s dalliance with the Evoque offers a whole new breadth of excitement, taking the vehicle to a whole new dimension.

The A. Kahn Design Evoque is wholly unmistakable, with every external modification serving to coax greater performance from the car.

The principal British designer’s philosophy was always to combine mechanical perfection and exterior beauty, and as you can see, the Evoque’s smooth contour is immediately recognisable with an outstanding styling package consisting of a lowered suspension (35mm), yellow calipers, aluminum pedals, orange roof, (additional colours available), full body colour coding/detailing, privacy glass, touch screen sat nav and adaptive front headlamps all draw you in like a guiding light.

Inside is the bespoke touch: we provide our customers with the opportunity to express one’s individuality. And they can have whatever they want. Afzal Kahn could, for example, design for you a vehicle with an exterior the colour of your jeans and an interior with seats the same shade of lets say, a grey T-shirt. Customers could change the colour of the clock, or ask for anything else, the world is their oyster, so to speak.

Evolved through artistic innovation and state-of-the art manufacturing and materials technology: our unique RS600 wheels, (available in 20” 21” 22” although additional wheels are also available), exemplify what A. Kahn Design is all about: creating something that is unique but refined enough to both complement and enhance each and every vehicle.

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New York February / March 2014
New York February / March 2014