Project Khan Rolls-Royce Drophead Coupe

Project Khan Rolls-Royce Drophead Coupe

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Few cars can offer the extravagance of the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe. But for some, good isn’t good enough. And for those people, there’s Project Kahn, the British tuning house which has just released its own custom Drophead Coupe.

The jewel in Project Kahn’s Roller crown is the special set of Silver Mist rims, made bespoke for the Rolls. They measure 22 inches in diameter, a steam-rolling 9.5-inches wide and are able to accept the RR hubs that always keep themselves right-side-up. The package also includes a polished grille, special elm-wood veneers, embossed headrests, piano-lacquer steering wheel spokes, iPod connectivity and lambs’ wool rugs.

Project Kahn’s treatment of the exclusive cabriolet adds another $90k NZD to the bottom line, but if you have come far enough to buy a new Rolls-Royce, you may as well go a little further.

Few cars can offer the extravagance of the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe. But for some, good isn’t good enough. And for those people, there’s Project Kahn, the British tuning house which has just released its own custom Drophead Coupe.

The jewel in Project Kahn’s Roller crown is the special set of Silver Mist rims, made bespoke for the Rolls. They measure 22 inches in diameter, a steam-rolling 9.5-inches wide and are able to accept the RR hubs that always keep themselves right-side-up. The package also includes a polished grille, special elm-wood veneers, embossed headrests, piano-lacquer steering wheel spokes, iPod connectivity and lambs’ wool rugs.

Project Kahn’s treatment of the exclusive cabriolet adds another $90k NZD to the bottom line, but if you have come far enough to buy a new Rolls-Royce, you may as well go a little further.

Project Khan Rolls fq

Few cars can offer the extravagance of the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe. But for some, good isn’t good enough. And for those people, there’s Project Kahn, the British tuning house which has just released its own custom Drophead Coupe.

The jewel in Project Kahn’s Roller crown is the special set of Silver Mist rims, made bespoke for the Rolls. They measure 22 inches in diameter, a steam-rolling 9.5-inches wide and are able to accept the RR hubs that always keep themselves right-side-up. The package also includes a polished grille, special elm-wood veneers, embossed headrests, piano-lacquer steering wheel spokes, iPod connectivity and lambs’ wool rugs.

Project Kahn’s treatment of the exclusive cabriolet adds another $90k NZD to the bottom line, but if you have come far enough to buy a new Rolls-Royce, you may as well go a little further.

Few cars can offer the extravagance of the Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe. But for some, good isn’t good enough. And for those people, there’s Project Kahn, the British tuning house which has just released its own custom Drophead Coupe.

The jewel in Project Kahn’s Roller crown is the special set of Silver Mist rims, made bespoke for the Rolls. They measure 22 inches in diameter, a steam-rolling 9.5-inches wide and are able to accept the RR hubs that always keep themselves right-side-up. The package also includes a polished grille, special elm-wood veneers, embossed headrests, piano-lacquer steering wheel spokes, iPod connectivity and lambs’ wool rugs.

Project Kahn’s treatment of the exclusive cabriolet adds another $90k NZD to the bottom line, but if you have come far enough to buy a new Rolls-Royce, you may as well go a little further.

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