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Range Rover goes Vesuvius
Wednesday, August 10, 2011 6:04 PM

Range Rover goes Vesuvius

LONDON: Afzal Kahn is at it again. This time, he's messing around with a Range Rover to come up with what he calls the 2012 Vesuvius edition Sport 300.

The Range Rover gets special orange hood and custom orange interior pieces along with suede to give it the uncommon touches.

The whole vehicle is colour coded, interior and exterior, in Vesuvius orange to give that striking appearance.


Other things done to make the car stand out are: black rubber sidesteps with orange edge; quad exhaust system finished in black; front extended lip spoiler in orange/black; and grille insert in orange.

The cabin also showcases the customiser's work with black/orange RS leather sports theme, a steering wheel with Vesuvius orange stitching, quilted 4-door panels and machined vented foot pedals.

The converted Range Rover is selling for £69,875 (RM342,000) in Britain though some components are sold separately.




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