Over the years, Project Kahn has presented an array of mods for the likes of the Range Rover Sport and Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe, but now the time has come for the UK-based tuner to unveil its first take on the Audi Q7.
Taking inspiration from another in-house project and in particular the Range Rover Sport RS600, the self-proclaimed "king of aesthetic conversions" created a complete body kit for the German SUV, alongside a few interior appointments.
The so-called Kahn Wide Arched Body Kit features extra-wide wheel arch extensions, front vented wings, redesigned bumpers and a discrete, roof-mounted wing, all painted in Pearl Soft White. A set of 22-inch Kahn RS-X alloywheels complete the exterior updates.
Inside, Project Kahn has wrapped the Q7's interior in black quilted leather with red stitching. Other interior goodies include aluminum sport pedals, a Panoramic Glass Roof and a custom speedometer and rev counter.
The entire package costs £12,000 (or £56,875 with the car included), with all of the aforementioned accessories also available as standalone pieces.
By Csaba Daradics