Introducing the Project Kahn Audi TR8
Having got his hands on an Audi A5 Coupe Sport and promptly transforming the vehicle into a visual icon, principal British Designer Afzal Kahn has decided to go one step further by introducing a sportier and aggressively smoother R8 style Audi TT.
And the result of Afzal Kahn's flirtation with the Audi TT 2.0 FSI promises a powerful driving experience, taking the vehicle to a whole new dimension. Ensuring improved interaction with a sense of power, performance and style, the Project Kahn Audi TR8's silky, comprehensive outline finished in dark grey exudes elegance.
The innovative styling package is instantaneously decipherable and should satisfy those who prize comfort, style and all-weather capability.
On the outside, it looks immaculate. The body kit makes the TR8's flawless lines continue: the new front and back vented bumpers in R8 look with mesh inserts, front grille, R8 style side blades, rear spoiler, stainless steel quad exhaust system, sports lowered suspension springs, front lower bumper lip in billet steel finish and door mirrors in a billet steel finish - draw you in like a guiding light.
Evolved through skilled artistic innovation and state-of-the art manufacturing and materials technology - our 20 -inch RSV alloy wheels exemplify what A. Kahn Design is all about: sophistication and accomplished artistic innovation.
Inside is a complete bespoke interior design service available to suit individual tastes. By buying a Project Kahn vehicle, you are given the opportunity to really make it your own – but the choice of the interior is at the discretion of the individual.
Project Kahn has a tradition of making super-sport versions of successful models. As one of the ÚK's leading design houses, we recognise the importance of staying true to the original design themes of cutting edge luxury vehicles, while evolving them to achieve a new and dynamic appearance.Information on the Project Kahn Audi TR8 packages can be attained via: + 44 (0) 1274 74 99 99 E: email@example.comSource - Project Kahn