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A. Kahn’s Jeep Wrangler Sahara

Published by on Jun 10th, 2013, No Comments

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A.Kahn Design has recently got their hands on a Jeep Wrangler Sahara and  introduced an all new, premium vehicle combining legendary, benchmark capability with rich, modern styling – all while keeping the iconic and original exterior of the Jeep Wrangler.

The eye-catching, Jeep Wrangler Sahara 2.8 Diesel 4DR – Chelsea Truck Company CJ300 in this bright white colour gives it an upscale presence without changing the form.

People instantly recognise Wrangler as the visual that defines the Jeep brand, that is why it was so important for A. Kahn Design to maintain the styling, shape and capability that exude Jeep’s heritage. The open air experience, flat surfaces and exposed hinges generate an on and off road charisma that is, and always will be, Wrangler.

The Kahn Design Wrangler’s signature features include brake calipers finished in Liquid red, a pair of xenon crosshair headlamps, fuel filler cap in smoked black, Kahn enamel wing shields and tailgate logo, painted roof, Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover, Chelsea wheels, RS Chelsea wheels 7.5×17” in smoked black and door entry sill plates in stainless steel.

The bright white exterior:

Centered round a radical design and interconnected in order to coalesce design and engineering expression, the Kahn twin crosshair exhaust system is a first cousin only to silence and manners.

While the Wrangler will stay true to it’s original design n the exterior, Kahn Design worked their magic on the interior in a way in which only they can. The bright new interior features quilted and perforated front and rear seats in red leather with matching stitching, mud flaps (toughened rubber set of 4), vented foot pedals in machined aluminium and speedo & rev counter in facia in red completes the package.

The striking interior:

A.Kahn Design has once again shown us a beautiful, tailored creation that is definitely in a class of its own.

 

Source: A. Kahn Design 

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