The Davis Mark II limited edition tribute is the latest addition to Project Kahn’s long line of tuned Range Rovers. We are not sure who the vehicle is named after, but for educational purposes [sic…] we found several people with the name Mark Davis on Wikipedia ranging from a British adult film actor to a cricketer, so feel free to take your pick. Back to the tune, Project Kahn’s newest creation is based on the 2011 Range Rover Sport powered by a 3.0-liter V6 turbo diesel and comes with both styling and performance modifications.
On the outside, the luxury SUV is painted in a white color and features a new aero package, the lower parts of which are finished in grey. The side step and air vent trims along with the brake callipers are painted in red or blue. The matte grey door handles and matching color 22-inch-alloy wheels round off the exterior upgrades.
Inside, Project Kahn offers customers numerous options such as a bespoke interior with quilted RS Cosworth leather trim in black with a red or blue stripe, and an infotainment system.
Under the hood, an available £3,995 plus VAT Cosworth upgrade gives the 3.0-liter V6 turbo diesel a 55HP boost lifting output to 300-horses.
According to Project Kahn, the conversion is priced at approximately £25,000 (~US$40,800) and the base vehicle lists at around £50,000 (~US$81,600).