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CoolBrit strikes again. They stumbled across a new Land Rover Freelander 2 (LR2 in the States) body kit by British aftermarket firm Project Kahn. No sooner had they bookmarked the site than they realized the link had been removed from the Project Khan main page. Hmmm, could it be that this vehicle was supposed to be held until after Detroit? Could be, because the body kit is actually from the Land Rover factory performance parts catalog. LR hasn't officially unveiled it yet, however. It looks to us like it might be the look of the rumored LR2 Sport. We'll know for sure after Detroit. The Project Kahn Freelander 2 adds 20" RS-C alloy (or chrome) rims and a few other changes inside and out. Custom leather seats, wood steering wheels, revised trim (with optional high gloss Grand Black Lacquer Finish!) and in-car video entertainment systems are available, as well.

[Source: CoolBrit.net]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      It does look like a Red Line Vue.

      That body kit'll look great when it's on a trailer back to the dealer!

      Land Rover should give all its owners a free Honda or Toyota when they buy a Land Rover - so they have a dependable vehicle to get to work.

      I have to admit, whoever markets these things does a great job - people keep lining up to blow big cash on these low quality SUVs. When you look at how far the Koreans have improved quality since the Pony days, there's no excuse for Land Rover's continued dismal showing.

      • 8 Years Ago
      Hate to say it, but I like it.
      • 8 Years Ago
      It looks like a dressed up Escape to me.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Hondas are for economical moms and students. Land Rovers are for people with taste and money. Anyone who buys a Land Rover can afford to pay for any "lack in quality" so arguing that point is irrelevant. The only thing you do by saying they are "overpriced' is admitting that you don't have any money.
      • 8 Years Ago
      So you are commenting that it will be a "low quality" SUV when it hasn't even hit the US market? And was just named TopGears SUV of the year?

      Land Rover, since 2005, is an entirely new brand compared to what it used to be. LR3 was the Motor Trend SUV of the Year, Sport is among the most sought after Sports SUVs, and the Range Rover is THE symbol of luxury SUVs in the world.

      Do you drive one? Have you ever? I have a 2006 LR3 with 24,000 miles on it and the only thing I had done were ECU remappings while it was at the shop for the FREE scheduled maintenance. And that just improved the transmission shifting. In the 16 months that I've owned the vehicle, I have paid for 1 set of brake pads, and that's it. How much money have you spent on oil changes and other maintenance?

      Great comments JB. Keep up the good *cough* work.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Absolute CRAP!!!
      • 8 Years Ago
      I must agree It looks really HOT!! would prefer different style rims though