• Nov 12, 2008


Click above for a high-res gallery of Project Kahn's interior for the Aston Martin Vanquish S

If you haven't been living in a cave, shut off from the fantastic world of European supercars for the past decade, then you'll likely know that Aston Martin has been hard at work on a succession of new flagships since the vaunted Vanquish. But Aston Martin is an automaker deeply rooted in its heritage, so even after discontinuing the Vanquish, it came back to give it some upgrades. Now, noted British tuning house Project Kahn has followed suite by revisiting the Vanquish S with a new interior package.

Kahn's vision for the Vanquish's interior includes a custom dashboard, center console, seats, door panels, steering wheel and roof lining decked out in the customer's choice of contrasting Nappa and Alcantara leather trim, deliciously perforated and top-stitched. Piano lacquer trim panels and smoked privacy glass also form part of the delectable package. Of course Vanquish owners could probably find any number of upholsterers eager and willing to work up a fresh take on the erstwhile Aston flagship's cockpit, but Kahn presents a compelling option. Follow the jump for the press release and check out the high-resolution images in the gallery below.

[Source: Project Kahn]

PRESS RELEASE

Elegant design, innovative manufacturing process, luxurious materials and components along with Project Kahn's unrivalled hand-build expertise ensures the Aston Martin Vanquish S is a luxury sports car without equal.

Every line, crease and curve conveys the enormous potential of Afzal Kahn's latest design; a seductive blend of refinement and raw power which consists of a Bespoke dash board, centre piece, front and back seats, doors, steering wheel, roof lining and a mixture of nappa and alcantara leather.

A true masterpiece that will no doubt satisfy the most demanding customers.

Project Kahn was created to challenge conventions and redefine ideals, our studio tailors luxury bespoke vehicles for individuals that cannot submit to a life of monotonous uniformity and will only accept perfection. It is our duty at Project Kahn to predict and outmaneuver the market in which we operate, releasing new products to satisfy even the most demanding of customers.

For full details on the Aston Martin Vanquish S and other products by project Kahn, visit www.v12online.com or call one of our qualified international sales representatives on 01274 749 999.



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      • 6 Years Ago
      is it just me or does that center console look really cheap and plasticky? reminds me of my old '98 chevy cavalier. or are they actually going for that 90's look?
        • 6 Years Ago
        I too was just thinking the stero/buttons looked very out of place. Keep in mind the Vanquish was released in the 90s while AM was still under Ford ownership. However, based on a) flagship AM and b) this K upgrade package I'd expect better.
        • 6 Years Ago
        It doesn't look cheap at all. It looks very retro craftsman. Cars actually looked like this when people made them with their hands and put their heart and soul into the details.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Alcantara is not leather.
      • 6 Years Ago
      This looks just as lame as most of kahns overpriced wheels.
      • 6 Years Ago
      there is wayyyyyyyyy too much going on here. white stitching everywhere, ugly red accents on the seats, mismatched colored fabrics, pointless embroidery on the seats... i could see this in a riced out Neon but not in an AM.
      • 6 Years Ago
      The radio still has plastic on it. Throw out the car and do it again.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Kahn...as in Montalban as Kahn?

      Is that "rich, Corinthian leather?"

      "Kahn!"
        • 6 Years Ago
        It was brilliant. Too bad the kiddies don't get it. :D
        • 6 Years Ago
        HAHA!! +++