British tuning company Project Kahn has released a new customized Land Rover Range Rover Sport. Dubbed the Miyagi Edition Bali Blue, proceeds from the modified SUV will be donated to charities aiding victims of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
Bali Blue paint slathers the Range Rover’s exterior, with blue accenting on the instrument cluster. The car wear’s Kahn’s ten-piece body kit, along with a new front bumper, new rear bumper with an integrated diffuser, and new side skirts. Cosworth supplied the quad stainless-steel exhaust tips and 22-inch RS wheels. The Bali Blue color was formerly offered from the factory by Land Rover, but now Project Kahn says the only way to get the hue is through the company’s tuned projects.
The inside receives special quilted leather for the seats, glove box, and dashboard. The steering wheel and shifter are covered in black leather, while stainless steel is used for unique door-sill plates, pedals, and HVAC vents. Whatever you think of the vehicle’s style, it’s commendable to see a tuning company helping the victims of a natural disaster.
The name, of course, reminds us of Mr. Miyagi, the fictional karate master from 1984 film The Karate Kid. But we digress. The Miyagi Range Rover Sport is available now from £69,000 — about $110,000.
Source: Project Kahn