We usually don’t pay too much attention to tuner cars but this one jumped out of the pile with its arresting looks. The Kahn Range Rover Evoque RS250 by Afzal Kahn appears dark and mean, building on the Evoque’s appeal instead of “changing direction”. The result is pretty cohesive, I think.

Kahn’s Evoque gets unique front and rear bumpers with integrated vents/3D mesh inserts, a front grille with 3D mesh, a lower boot lid spoiler with lip, chin spoiler, front bumper centre section graphic, front headlight detailing in copper, rear boot lid trim, rear diffuser, rear large upper wing roof, side vent inserts finished in copper and sump guard in matte black and brake calipers finished in copper.

Special mention goes to the handsome rims, 9 X 22” (right offset) RS600 wheels in matte grey that fit the original centre caps.

There’s a full interior makeover, too. All leather seats are quilted and perforated with alcantara inserts. The centre console gets carbon fibre and there’s diamond quilt with contrast stitching almost everywhere. Alcantara appears on the transmission tunnel and dash top. The dark cabin gets a highlight in the form of red-faced dials.

The firm says that there are no limits to customisation. Click here to read our review of the standard Range Rover Evoque and here for the launch report.