Tuner Kahn Design once again cut it out. After last some Defendern and a pitch black Range Rover Sport Autobiography It was a brand new one Range Rover Sport 5.0 V8 model year 2019's turn. The top model of the series got the us already known Pace Car Bodykit in combination with a newly designed radiator grille and of course impresses with the look of the facelift. But what's new about the 2019 model year that the 11,3 kilometer pass road to Tianmen Mountain (Chinese province of Hunan) completed an incredible 31 seconds faster than a Ferrari 458 Italia? These are changes that, as is often the case with a facelift, only become apparent at second glance. The 575 PS SUV got chic pixel laser LED headlights, a new radiator grille, more strikingly drawn bumpers and cool LED taillights.
Body kit adapted to the facelift
The underrun protection of the MY 2019 has also been changed slightly and the new taillights with their LED elements provide an indication of the lifting. In the interior there is the new infotainment system "Touch Pro Duo", new functions for the cruise control and a few smaller details. Kahn Design hardly had to make any changes for the Pace Car BodyKit. They just came up with a new design for the grille and somehow it looks more successful than the simple NoName grille on the VorFacelift. The rest is known. There are the fender flares all around (in front with gills), the huge bumpers (front with front spoiler and rear with diffuser), the three-part rear spoiler and also here a set of 23 inch Pace Car alloy wheels. The design of the forged wheel set looks extremely successful, especially in combination with the subtle lowering, and misses it Range Rover Sport 5.0 V8 Supercharged SVR Pace Car First Edition (yes that's the actual name) even in the state a dynamic appearance.
The interior has also changed subtly
And even with this vehicle, the interior has not been left untouched. All seats have been manually upholstered by hand with quilted and perforated leather and convince with the two-tone color combination that is also found in the door boards or the armrest. Changes under the bonnet or with respect to a sports exhaust system are unfortunately not known to us at the moment. But at least you can see in the video new dull black tail in the rear diffuser. If we receive timely information on other changes not mentioned before, there is of course as always an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will get in touch immediately. We wish you a lot of fun watching the pictures.
(Photos: Kahn design)
Here are the details on the LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER SPORT 5.0 V8 SUPER CHARGED SVR PACE CAR First Edition:
- Kahn Design Range Rover Sport Styling widebody kit (extended fender flares all around, new front bumper with carbon front spoiler, fender with gills, rear bumper with carbon details, new front grille, extended roof spoiler and three-piece rear spoiler)
- Set 23 Inch Pace Car Wheels Forged Wheels included 305x30x23 Tires (9,5 "x 23")
- Interior with sports seats in black / beige (quilted and perforated) as well as door panels, covers, center console, instrument panel and steering wheel hub, stainless steel door sills, aluminum pedals, etc.)
- subtle lowering (sports springs, coil springs, sports suspension, coilover suspension)
- possibly a performance increase - (chip tuning, tuning box, compressor or turbo conversion, NOS etc. - info is pending)
- 4 pipe sports exhaust system (stainless steel, tailpipes in black)
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Widebody Kahn Design Range Rover SVR Pace Car First Edition
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