Project Kahn Spruces Up the Land Rover Freelander

The new Freelander is the latest Land Rover model to capture the tuning attention of Project Kahn. Inspired from the Project Kahn Range Rover Sport RS600, the Freelander RS200 receives an extensive [but definitely in good taste] cosmetic makeover.

On the outside, modifications include a matt black signature bonnet stripe, silver door handles, door mirror caps and front bumper vents, as well as body colored style vents, side sills and front grille surround, and smoked side repeaters.

The Freelander RS200's stance is made much more aggressive thanks to the huge 20-inch alloy wheels that are wrapped in beefier rubber.

Project Kahn has also upgraded the Freelander's interior with black quilted leather seats while contrasting white seams are found on the doors, seats and the steering wheel. The red and white counters on the instrument panel round off the interior changes.

As for the price, the tuning firm said that the Freelander RS200 is available as a completed model for £26,995 (about US$39,300 or €32,300) which includes £10,000 worth of Project Kahn accessories.