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Freelander gets Kahn treatment. Image by Project kahn.

Freelander gets Kahn treatment
Project Kahn RS200 showcases accessories now available for the Land Rover Freelander.
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We're familiar with Project Kahn's work on the Range Rover Sport and Range Rover but the company has never given the Land Rover Freelander a makeover before. Now it is possible to get the distinctive Kahn look in a smaller package: the RS200.

As with other Kahn designs the first thing you notice are the large alloy wheels - 20-inch in this instance - wrapped in low-profile tyres. There are also changes to the bumpers, grille and sill extensions for a look that is apparently inspired by the Range Rover Sport RS600.

The interior hasn't escaped modification. There is plenty of quilted black leather and contrasting white stitching. The seat backs feature the RS200 logo while the speedo and rev counter are finished in red and white.

A complete Project Khan RS200 will cost £26,995 though the individual components are available separately.

We've also been told to look out for another RS series vehicle to be announced soon.

John Lambert - 1 Jun 2010

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