Kahn Design Jeep Wrangler


If your searching for a Jeep that is sleek and modern with a touch of cool than look no further, the Kahn Design Jeep Wrangler is a Sahara 2.8 Diesel. The Wrangler has been given a makeover with exclusive touches that can be found inside and out.

The paint on the Jeep is a Volcanic Bronze that features four slot Chelsea Truck Company grille, front grille industrial mesh, smoked headlamps, privacy glass and Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover.


The interior is just as sleek with front and rear quilted and perforated seats with matching stitching, Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover, armrests re-upholstered in quilted and perforated leather, and re-upholstered center glove box.

The Dragon is Back


Last year at the Beijing Auto Show the Dragon concept was introduced for the Jeep Wrangler and the response was so good that it will be available as a limited edition model in the U.S.

The special edition Jeep is a major nod to the Chinese culture. Chrysler said that the dragon symbolizes strength and power and is an “aspirational character normally associated with royalty.” Historians say that Chinese dragons are seen as benevolent creatures, not the monsters usually associated with Western fairy tales.

This is the most expensive model in the 2014 Wrangler line up starting at $37,090. The Wrangler is only available in black . The design includes a Dark Charcoal dragon decal that snakes along the hood and driver’s side of the vehicle. Other touches include a black spare tire cover with a dragon decal, 18-inch five-spoke alloy wheels and Bronze Satin Gloss exterior trim.

The cabin gets a black-and-bronze theme with Satin Bronze dragon scales on parts of the interior, including the outer seat bolsters, center console armrest and steering wheel.

The 2014 Wrangler is equipped with the 285-horsepower 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine.


2014 Jeep Cherokee Makes a Splash

The new design of the Jeep Cherokee has everyone taking a second glance, rather the glance is a good or bad thing is up to you. No longer the classic “boxy” Jeep design that we have all come to recognize as the traditional look for the Jeep brand but a more futuristic feel with sharper features. And if you are a true Jeep lover you will know that there has not been a drastic change for two decades or so until 2002 when Liberty stepped in.

The Cherokee has a strong modern design that now features a sharp nose with slanted lights that are pulled back giving the Jeep a facelift. And as you can guess the interior matches as well with modern features with touchscreens that control all your tech needs is available on all models except the base models.

If controversy comes to mind than stop that thought from growing. Jeep wants to spread its reach further with this new upgrade to venture out into a new world and new supporters.


Jeep Wrangler Sport Seats by Kahn

Kahn Wrangler Seats


British designer Kahn Design has recently unveiled his newest project, sport seats for the Jeep Wrangler. These seats are perfect for those who want stylish custom interiors as they are available in a wide range of colors and fabrics. When installed the Jeep doesn’t need any further modifications or adjustments as the seats use the standard seat belt and recline like the factory seats.

Kahn says “The principal British designer delivers the high-impact Kahn Jeep, complete with with such clout; it is safe to say that the Kahn Jeep would not look out of place with London, Chelsea or New York centric drivers, rock climbers and off-roaders at the helm, nor would it look weary in a John Connor inspired post-apocalyptic Terminator movie.” Kahn has had success working with Jeeps before, and this time is no exception. His attention to detail and build quality is unmatched.

For more information e-mail: Kahn@kahndesign.com

Phone: + 44 (0) 1274 74 99 99

Web: www.kahndesign.com