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Kahn takes on Rolls Phantom. Image by Project Kahn.

Kahn takes on Rolls Phantom
Project Kahn has turned its attentions to the Rolls-Royce Phantom for its latest challenge.
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If the Rolls-Royce Phantom is simply a little too commonplace for you, Project Kahn has just the solution with its upgrades for the luxury Brit.

To help the Kahn Roller stand out, there's a 'shadow contour line' running the length of the car along with clear side light lenses, headlight surrounds and rear light surrounds. To cap the exterior appearance off, there's also under-floor lighting.

Of course, it wouldn't be a Project Kahn car without some interesting wheels and the Rolls comes with huge 22-inch alloys. The wheels even retain the Rolls-Royce emblem in the middle that rotates to always stay upright.

Recognising the type of customer who may want an improved Phantom, Kahn now also offers bullet-proof glass for the car. It uses the same type of glass as Barack Obama sits behind, which is lighter than normal bullet-proof glass.

Behind that glass on the inside of the Kahn Phantom, customers can choose as little or as much to modify as they want - Kahn will build the interior of your dreams.

No word on price yet for the Kahn Phantom, but you'll need to spend at least 280,000 just to get the Rolls-Royce to base it on.

Alisdair Suttie - 18 Apr 2011

2011 Rolls-Royce Phantom by Project Kahn. Image by Project Kahn.    

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