Kahn Design At The 2016 Geneva Show: The Ultimate Line Up Of Vehicles
9th Mar 2016
The Vengeance, Chelsea Truck Company Jeep Wrangler Black Hawk Edition, Flying Huntsman 110 6X6 Defender Double Cab Pick and the Imperial Blue and Black Kirsch over Madeira Red Range Rover RS Pace Cars, were unveiled to the assembled media and automotive experts to much fanfare.
Those who are still planning on going to see our range of vehicles can go to stand 6338 – Hall 6. Please be advised however, the Geneva show closes its doors to the public on the 13th of March.
Allow Kahn News to tell you more about the vehicles you can expect to see at the Kahn stand.
Based on the Aston Martin DB9, the two-seat sports car has received a reworked exterior that is completely hand built. The design is said to take influence from Aston Martins of the 80s and 90s.
Most noticeable is the Vengeance’s wide-mouth front grille, which comes finished in chrome with seven individual slats and is joined by a new front bumper, front wings and bonnet.
A retro tailgate and light arrangement gives the car a more classic look, whilst wider C-pillars and rear wings add width to the DB9 chassis’s footprint.
The car sits on a set of retro-looking wheels, which take heavy influence from the angular designs of the 1980s. To add muscle, the rear wheels are 335mm wide, while each of the fronts is 225mm across.
Chelsea Truck Company Jeep Wrangler Black Hawk Edition
It\'s called the CJ300 Black Hawk, and there is nothing else like it. A wide arch body kit has been added to the exterior along with a suitably super hero-esque iron man bonnet.
The seven-slot grille has been replaced by a unique four-slot grille that sits above a new bumper with integrated LED running lights. The Black Hawk sports 17-inch wheels and Cooper ST MAXX tires and leaves the stock suspension untouched and it has been painted in flat Volcanic Rock black.
The front and rear seats have been replaced by Sports GTB seats covered in quilted burgundy leather with gold stitching. That same quilted leather pattern covers the door armrests, roll bar covers and centre console. Non-quilted burgundy leather covers the steering wheel.
Piano-black trim replaces all the stock silver plastic, while metal pedals, sill plates and a custom speedometer have been added for extra cool factor.
Mechanically the Black Hawk is unchanged, except for a cross-hair exhaust system and a tweak to the turbo-diesel\'s engine control computer.
Flying Huntsman 110 6X6 Defender Double Cab Pickup
As with the Flying Huntsman 6×6 concept, the Flying Huntsman Pickup features a heavily modified body and structure that is still related to the Land Rover Defender on which it is based.
The Huntsman Pickup’s bonnet is 400mm longer and also 150mm wider than the original car and, as such, features wider front and rear wings with new vents.
This unique coach built vehicle is also adorned with a full range of mechanical & styling upgrades that gives the vehicle a striking appearance and improved performance.
Imperial Blue and Madeira Over Kirsch Range – RS Pace Cars
Presented in Imperial Blue and Madeira over Kirsch the Project Kahn Range Rover Sport – RS Pace Cars have turned many heads in Geneva.
Available in a 3.0L and 4.4L diesel as well as a 5.0L petrol variant these models feature a wide range of exterior and interior upgrades that set them apart from standard models.
Additional information on these vehicles will be released to the media in due course.
For more information on Kahn Design at the Geneva International Motor Show please e-mail: Kahn@kahndesign.com
For all Chelsea Truck Company enquiries please e-mail: Abdel@kahndesign.com