A. Kahn Design have released this week the RS300 Vesuvius Edition, yet another customization program for a Range Rover.
The British tuners from A. Kahn Design have released this week the RS300 Vesuvius Edition that features a Santorini black metallic paint with Vesuvius orange accents. It also has an aerodynamic body kit consisting of a new lower front bumper lip extension, an RS front grille with a 3D mesh, RS vented front wheel arches with built-in front air dams and front wheel arch LED light strips. We also notice the Vesuvius orange brake calipers and the painted floating roof and hood stripe, as well as the Kahn Enamel wing shields.
Under the hood it hosts the familiar 3.0 SDV6 engine that produces 256 hp (191 kW) at 4,000 rpm and 442 lb-ft (600 Nm) at 2,000 rpm, enough for a 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) sprint in 8.4 seconds. The engine is linked to a new ZF 8HP70, 8-speed automatic transmission that ensures a lower fuel consumption and fast gear changes.
Inside the cabin we find the diamond quilted and perforated black leather with an orange trim, vented food pedals in machined aluminum and a Kahn Vesuvius speedometer. Other features include a privacy tinted glass, an orange rev counter and illuminated door entry sill plates in stainless steel.
The list of modifications ends with the RS black wheels that have an orange stripe, measuring 9.5 x 22 at the front and 10.5 x 22 at the back.
Additional details can be found in the attached press release.