Kahn Design has presented a military Jeep Wrangler Sahara CJ300

March 15, 2016 at 8:10 pm

Kahn Design tuning studio has presented its version of the Jeep Wrangler Sahara CJ300. The distinguishing features of a new Jeep Wrangler Sahara CJ300 SUV version based on the 4-door model from other similar packages are that this time the car’s exterior body design has got a baffle painting. The world-famous British Kahn Design tuners painted the off-road car in a green color in combination with lacquered door handles in black and the same accents on the side mirrors and fuel tank cap. As a result, the color combination reminds the old Jeep Willys.

Kahn Design version of Jeep Sahara CJ300 in military color pic

Kahn Design version of Jeep Sahara CJ300 in military color pic

In addition, Jeep car has received a grille with four holes; a set of 17-inch black Jeep 1941wheels that are fitted with 245x75x17 all terrain rubbers. Looking behind them, drivers can find copper calipers, as well as a new set of mudguards and exhaust pipe with a crossline finisher. The SUV’s cabin was provided by black quilted leather seats with punching and stitching, the central box with armrest and a new steering wheel.

Leather seats in the saloon image

Leather seats in the saloon image

Under the Jeep Wrangler Sahara CJ300’s hood, Kahn Design workers has installed 2.8-liter diesel engine. The restyled crossover will be sold for £ 39,975.