At the Goodwood Festival of Speed this July, Kahn unveiled its new creation, the Cosworth Sport 300. Now it's ready to go on sale, with prices starting at £75,995.
Based on the Range Rover Sport, the Kahn version features a twin-turbocharged V8 diesel engine tweaked by powertrain experts, Cosworth. The name refers to the engine's new 300bhp output.
Performance claims include 0-62mph in about eight seconds and a top speed of 135mph.
Cosworth CEO and Managing Director Tim Routsis commented: "over the last three years the engine tuner market has become very important for Cosworth, we have successfully steered our products and services towards high end users. We are confident, that in partnership with Kahn Design, select consumers will be delighted to own distinctively styled cars with Cosworth tuned engines."
Kahn Design has taken influence from some of Cosworth's previous projects, including Fords and Mercedes from the late '80s and early '90s.
The result is a highly distinctive, and aggressive, take on Land Rover's Range Rover Sport body. Huge 22-inch alloys are covered by flared wheelarches, while a deep front air dam blends into the side sills and new rear bumper.
Buyers of the Kahn Cosworth Sport have an almost infinite number of colour and trim options, ensuring that these vehicles will remain individual and rare.
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