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Special for the summer: the Chelsea Jeep CJ300 by A Kahn Design

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published on 2nd May 2013 by Mo Bhana

War icon, city slicker or off-road king – today, A. Kahn Design is celebrating the premiere of orange, grey and white style icons!


Under the Kahn Expeditions Umbrella, these CJ 300’s underscore their exceptional positioning with an even more expressive design language in the style of the Chelsea Truck Company, marked by tauter lines, powerful contours and newly designed body elements that ensure the whole package is better mannered for daily driving.


The focus on interplay between the highly sophisticated individual components which consist of customary brake calipers, front grille & industrial mesh, xenon crosshair headlamps (pair), Kahn enamel wing shields, fuel filler cap in smoked black, optional quad exhaust system, side and rear panels (colour coded), mud flaps (toughened rubber) set of 4, door mirrors in body colour, 9 x 20 RS wheels in satin black, rear light sections in body colour, Chelsea truck company spare wheel cover and extra Kahn enamel tailgate logo are of paramount importance to the Chelsea Jeep’s core competences.


Inside is the ‘bespoke touch’, and the Kahn Chelsea Jeeps also score profoundly with a rather luxurious interior. These particular vehicles boast diamond quilted front and rear leather seats, dashboard centre console in body colour, speedo and rev counter facia in orange and gear shifters wrapped in orange.


Don’t feel limited by what we have done to these 3 cars. If you, for example want a car with a full colour change (to a colour of your choice) and an interior akin to, let’s say your favourite leather reclining chair in your living room, we will be more than happy to oblige.


A. Kahn Design is for the individual who will not submit to a life of uniformity and who will only accept perfection. Dedicated to the creation of luxury bespoke vehicles, we redesign the ordered monotony of mass produced vehicles and rebuild them into individually tailored creations.

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