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 |  Jun 07 2010, 2:22 PM

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Afzal Kahn, CEO of Project Kahn, markets himself with a bold claim: the king of aesthetic conversions. While it might be a little overboard, Project Kahn does do a fantastic job with their RS-series packages for various Land Rover vehicles. Their RS600 for the Range Rover Sport was widely successful and their RS300 partnership with Cosworth was groundbreaking. Their transition to Land Rover’s Freelander now brings the RS200 package to the world.

The Land Rover Freelander RS200 comes complete with Project Kahn upgrades inside and out for a little shy of $40,000 – which Project Kahn says is very reasonable. The $15,000 in accessories includes 20-inch RS wheels with complementing rubber, matte black hood stripes, silver door handles, door mirror caps, front bumper vents, color-matched style vents, side sills, front grille surround and smoked side markers. Inside is black-quilted leather interior with white stitching, a matching steering wheel and a modified gauge cluster with red and white accents.

It doesn’t quite compute in our mathematically genius minds that those upgrades add up to $15,000 – but we’re sure there’s a premium to pay when you’re getting a complete vehicle ready to roll. The accessories are available stand-alone if you’re looking to personalize your Freelander yourself.

GALLERY: Project Kahn Land Rover Freelander RS200

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