Kahn Design is a huge fan of Land Rover models so it comes as a surprise that for this project they decided to focus their attention onto an Audi Q5 TDI. The car in question is fitted with a 4-cylinder, 2.0-liter turbodiesel engine working with an S-tronic gearbox and the quattro all-wheel drive system. Modifications start on the outside where the German crossover has been fitted with a beefier body kit including wider wheel arches matched with massive Kahn RS600 22-inch alloys featuring a matte black look.
Also on the menu is a tweaked front bumper and a bespoke stainless steel exhaust system while the front grille has been blacked out, together with the darkened four-ring emblem. The all-black look is continued with the tinted dark privacy glass which will keep stranger eyes from having a glance inside the cabin.
Speaking of the interior, the Audi Q5 TDI by Kahn Design features perforated leather on both front and rear seats, along with machined aluminum pedals, stainless steel sill plates and a red background for the instrument panel.
There aren’t any changes in the engine department so output has remained at the same 170 bhp and 258 lb-ft. This particular car is on sale for 42,875 pounds.