Are you tired of seeing Project Kahn’s tuning skills solely on Range Rovers? Do you wish the British tuning house would just get their hands on something else? Well, then…
You’re not in luck. This is the Jeep Wrangler Sahara 2 Door CJ300, made by Chelsea Truck Company. Chelsea Truck Company was originally part of Kahn Design, but has evolved now into a sub-brand which specializes in modifying Defenders and Wranglers. Of course, the firm still belongs to Afzal Kahn and the tuning expertise is still Kahn’s, but under a different name.
Anyway, the Wrangler was always a looker, but with the cool infusion from CTC this particular example is quite a treat. As Kahn’s philosophy goes, the Jeep only needed a little style, comfort and exclusivity. Well, they’ve pulled it off, since the car doesn’t look like a pair baggy khakis anymore.
The exterior color is called Sunset Orange and is combined with some piano black accents, in order to provide a nice contrast between the two-toned paint scheme. The smoked-out headlights are serious cool and help with the rugged looks, as well.
The Wranglers boots a pair of Satin Black 17-inch Jeep 1941 rims with Copper Discoverer all terrain 285 70 R17 tires, which will come in handy when you will inevitably get stuck in traffic. All it needs now is a winch to help you pull to the kerb.
The interior was never the “piece de resistance” on a Wrangler, since it was conceived as practical and straight forward, not comfortable. We’re talking about a 4×4, after all. But CTC & Kahn thinks you can have something from both worlds.
That’s why the front and rear seats are now made from quilted leather and even have matching stitching. In fact, if you look closely, leather seized everything in the car.
At £31,875 ($48,740), this Jeep is starting to look as posh as G-Wagen. And almost as cool as one, too.