The Range Rover Sport SVR is already an SUV that merges performance and luxury. But Kahn Design wanted to takes things a bit further, creating what it calls the "Pace Car".

The exclusive SVR receives visual alterations both inside and out, rounded off with a set of custom wheels.

Updates include a new set of wide wheel arches with integrated air dams, together with a new grille and front and rear bumpers. Aggression at the rear has been enhanced thanks to the fitment of a three-piece roof spoiler and exhaust tailpipes. A highlight of the exterior is the set of 23-inch Type 52 lightweight forged alloy wheels finished in Anthracite.

In the cabin, the dark theme continues with front and rear seats reupholstered in hexagon quilted and perforated leather. The centre glovebox, armrests and door panels receive the quilted leather treatment, too, while the steering wheel is covered in premium leather. Carbon inserts have been scattered throughout for contrast.

As for performance, Kahn Design's Pace Car retains its standard superchanged 5,0-litre V8 with 429 kW and 700 N.m of torque. This particular unit is currently up for sale for £119 999 (around R2 500 000).

Original article from Car