YOU’VE probably heard of Project Kahn Range Rovers.
But Project Kahn SsangYong Rextons? Yet that’s just what’s going to be unveiled at the British Motor Show this week.
We’d be lying if we said that we weren’t amazed. Yet, it’s true. The Rexton R-Line is a special-edition model, that people can actually buy, that’s benefited from the work of the world-famous Bradford tuning house.
It’s based on the Rexton 270 SPR, but given a complete makeover.
How do 22-inch alloys grab you? Lowered suspension and a bespoke Kahn exhaust system promise to give it further beef, while inside, it’s packed with equipment but Kahn still manages to upgrade the leather seats.
While there are no images yet, we reckon there will be no missing it. Which is good, because SsangYong also wants to speak with you, about dealer recruitment.
If you think models such as the £30k R-Line would be just the thing to get customers into your showrooms, the team will be on hand to discuss how, over six months, they’ve turned the business model around.
Said David Foster, SsangYong dealer development manager – who will be there at the show – ‘As well as offering buyers very competitive models that will work for them, we can also talk to dealers about how SsangYong can work for them, too.’