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Blacked-Out Range Rover Velar Wants Way More Than A Drink To Go Home With You

Almost every renowned tuning company has had its way with the Range Rover Velar, including Kahn, whose so-called P300 Pace Car looks like it came straight from the dark side.

Finished in satin black and riding on 23-inch wheels with a dark bronze look, this Velar also has a carbon fiber grille, bumper inserts, apron, wider wheel arches and roof wing.

On the inside, Kahn has used Herringbone quilted and perforated leather on the seats and center armrest, perforated leather on the steering wheel and dashboard, leather on the door panels and vented pedals in machined aluminum. The 2.0-liter, turbocharged petrol four remains stock, though, so it still puts out 296 HP.

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The tuner’s add-ons join a long list of standard and optional gear that was already equipping the Velar before it came to Kahn. Features such as remote-controlled automatic air-con, keyless entry & go, Meridian audio system, touchscreen infotainment, sat-nav, Bluetooth, electrically adjustable seats, sliding panoramic roof, privacy glass, piano black trim and others are part of the package.

Now, if Kahn’s Velar seems more than appealing to you, then you could drive it home for the low-low sum of £63,999 ($79,818/€71,638). Before you sign on the dotted line, you might want to know that it was made in 2018, has had two previous owners and only 3,000 miles (4,828 km) on the clock.

Land Rover, on the other hand, will sell you a brand new Velar with the same engine from £48,855 ($60,931/€54,687) in the United Kingdom.