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Why your Project Kahn Interior is a custom tailored Investment

Feb 5, 2020


Style, comfort, and custom-tailored luxury interiors are hallmarks of Project Kahn.


Journalist Ryan Konko elaborates further in his latest column.


In the game of automobiles, one of the often overlooked aspects of the industry is the interior.


Granted, automakers spend billions of dollars towards design, materials, and more to make this part of the car an enjoyable place to be, but it often takes a backseat to driving dynamics, performance figures, and exterior design.


People often forget that this is the part of the car where most of their time is spent. That is, of course, unless you have a six- or seven-figure rarity that sits in a showroom, never to be driven.


However, Afzal Kahn understands the importance of a well crafted interior. From the smallest of stitches and tiniest of details, to the hand-picked colour scheme, a cabin by Kahn Design, Chelsea Truck Company and Project Kahn or is an enjoyable place.


While power and driving dynamics are important at Kahn, style, comfort, and custom-tailored luxury are hallmarks of the brand. Individuality is a design principle here, one that the British company flaunts with each of their vehicles, proudly.


Any dream or desire that a customer envisions can be made into reality with, no matter how wild or outlandish it may seem.


A number of high-quality materials can be used throughout. Little bits and pieces can be given any sort of colour such as the gauges, trims, and more. Swarovski diamonds can be fitted to the clock’s bezel. Soft or rugged floor mats with elaborate stitching can decorate the floor, or passengers can be greeted by stainless steel door sills. And the list goes on.


Then there’s the upholstery department. Here, the investors in British industry give customers another limitless array of options that range from the subtle to the exotic.


Take the Harris Tweed Editions models, for example. Project Kahn also uses Harris Tweed fabric - which is governed by its own Act of Parliament and made using hand-spun, pure virgin wool from the Outer Hebrides of Scotland is featured throughout the cabin, making the driving experience even more special and unique than your traditional vehicle.


But it doesn’t stop there. Various types of leather and alcantara in any colour can be combined with a rainbow of colours and custom stitching patterns to create a masterpiece that’s not only comfortable to the touch, but to the eyes as well.


All of this can be shown to the world or kept as a hidden gem thanks to privacy-tinted glass. Whatever the choice is, everyone inside will be enjoying a superb motoring experience.


For more information on our range of interiors, click here.


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