Project Kahn remixes Audi Q7

Audi’s Q7 isn’t exactly a new kid on the block, the full-size SUV has been around for six years already and is due for replacement soon. Despite this fact tuning companies are still having fun with the old girl with the latest bespoke Q7 coming from British firm Project Kahn.

Project Kahn is becoming an Audi specialist with TT and A5 packages already available, so it was only a matter of time before the tuning firm would get busy on the Q7.

The philosophy of Afzal Kahn, the firm’s founder, has been to combine mechanical perfection and exterior beauty but in a distinctly British way.

The reworked Q7 has received a wide-bodykit consisting of new wheel guards, custom bumpers and plenty of chrome detailing. Under the bonnet the Project Kahn Q7 has been fitted with a high-flow sports exhaust system, a stiffer suspension setup and wider tyres for more grip.

Filling up the wheel guards are Project Kahn’s trademark black RSX wheels, which on the Q7 measure in at a huge 22-inches.

The interior has also received some work with a range of designs available for all tastes, or lack of taste. But by buying a Project Kahn vehicle, you are given the opportunity to really make it a one-off machine.

Check out images of the Project Kahn Audi Q7 in the gallery below.

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