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Kahn Design Westminster Black Label Edition Range Rover - Web Exclusive

Inside this particular vehicle is RS-quilted and perforated black leather with contrast stitching, diamond gear selector and Churchill clock insert.

Greg Emmerson
Jun 1, 2012
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In celebration of the HRH Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations, British tuning specialists A Kahn Design decided to offer something more remarkable to mark the occasion than the usual commemorative stamp, coins or memorabilia.

The Westminster Black Label Edition features Kahn aerodynamic styling package consists of a RS- front and rear bumpers, side skirts, LED daytime running lights, liquid gold-painted brake calipers, and a series of parts and panels finished in either matte black or matte pearl grey, while the front grille running bars were finished in dark chrome.

2016 Land Rover Range Rover
$84,950 Base Model (MSRP) 17/23 MPG Fuel Economy

Furthermore, the engine was upgraded by Cosworth and includes four stainless steel rear mufflers.

Inside this particular vehicle is RS-quilted and perforated black leather with contrast stitching, diamond gear selector and Churchill clock insert.

A set of 22” Kahn RS two-piece wheels have been finished in satin black to create the finishing touch.

For more information visit www.kahnautomobiles.com

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