Kahn Design has worked on a Jeep Wrangler which now comes with a different look both inside and out.

Kahn Design has worked on a Jeep Wrangler which now comes with a different look both inside and out.

When they are not adding a third axle to the Land Rover Defender, the aftermarket specialists at Kahn Design like to work on other cars and their recent project is based on the Jeep Wrangler. It now wears a Firecracker Red body paint combined with a piano black finish for the roof, mirrors and door handles. The new smoked headlights flank a reworked flank a four-slot grille that has an industrial mesh.

It rides on Jeep 1941 satin black 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped around in 245/75/17 tires teamed up with liquid red brake calipers. The exterior changes are rounded off by the quad cross-hair exhaust system and a set of mud flaps.

Stepping inside the cabin, Kahn Design has installed GTB front and rear seats covered in quilted & perforated black leather also applied onto the center glove box and the armrests which are all adorned with silver contrasting stitching. Other enhancements worth mentioning include the stainless steel door sill plates and a set of durable rubber floor mats.

Those who find this vehicle appealing should know that it's for sale at £31,875. This is a 2015 model year powered by the 197 bhp 2.8-liter turbodiesel engine with the five-speed automatic gearbox and has been driven for just 50 miles (80 km).

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