The Kahn Design Range Rover Evoque RS250 is, arguably, the firm's most successful model yet. It's a distinctive creation, but not just because of its vivid (Kahn-created) paint job and staggering 22-inch alloy wheels. It's the work that's been done to the front, rear and interior by the firm's in-house automotive design pros that's most striking.
The bespoke front end is look is all-new. The design team has used a bold black graphic to 'widen' the Evoque, and fitted a carbonfibre chin spoiler to make it look lower, finishing it off with details such as the grille vents and 'KAHN' lettering on the bonnet's leading edge.
At the rear, a unique centre-exit exhaust has been designed (no small job and showing the extent of the engineering work), and there is again a bespoke bumper plus a Porsche 911 Carrera RS-style 'ducktail' rear spoiler. The thin black gurney flap on its trailing edge is pure motorsport and is a really subtle and pleasing detail.