Project Kahn unleashes 500-hp Range Rover RS500


Project Kahn from the UK has revealed its latest development based on the diesel-powered Land Rover Range Rover. The extensive tuning features both the interior and exterior decoration along with the 4.4-liter V8 diesel, thanks to famous engine tuner Cosworth.

On the exterior, the Range Rover RS500 receives newly designed bumpers, a rear diffuser, side skirts and a quad tail pipe exhaust system manufactured by Cosworth. A number of components are decorated in silver with distinction of the black paintjob and tinted windows. In addition, Project Kahn added 22-inch RSX alloy wheels with a multi-spoke design to round out the looks for the Range Rover RS500.

Within the inside, newly added black quilted leather with silver stitching are found on seats, glove box and dashboard. Additionally, there is aluminum decoration found on the doorsills, center console, gear lever, air vents and steering wheel.

The last major part of the upgrade is for the Range Rover RS500 is the Cosworth performance upgrade, which pushes out 500 horsepower out the 4.4-liter V8 diesel engine, and that is about an increase of 187 horsepower from the standard version. Now, that is a lot of power for a diesel engine. You can actually haul just about anything with that kind of horsepower and not to mention the torque band well over 600 lb-ft.