Range Rover owners who feel as though their SUV should look even more expensive, can always turn to companies such as Project Kahn for a little individual treatment.
This particular model, selling for £83,995 (roughly $107,000), is a 2017 Range Rover 3.0 TDV6 Vogue 'Huntsman Colors Edition' with a stock 258 PS (254 HP) under the hood and 50 miles (80 km) on the clock.
Aside from having a great number of standard features on board, it also packs a few Project Kahn goodies such as the new carbon composite front bumper, custom front grille with 3D Mesh, KAHN bonnet and tailgate lettering, 22" Silver Platinum alloys and painted calipers.
Inside, you'll find front and rear seats in perforated black leather, vented foot pedals in Machined Aluminum and stainless steel door entry sill plates.
All these features add to the Range Rover Vogue's already-impressive specs, which include 4 zone climate control, daytime running lights, LED rear lamps, rear view camera, Bluetooth phone connection and audio streaming, 8" touchscreen, adaptive xenon headlights with signature LED lighting, heated front seats, interior mood lighting, rain sensing wipers, full TFT/LCD instrument cluster, and a heated steering wheel, among loads of active safety features.
The fact that it costs £83,995 makes it roughly the same price as a Range Rover Vogue SE spec, which adds soft door close, traffic sign recognition and intelligent speed limiter and 360 park distance control, plus a few other goodies over the entry-level Vogue. Then again, the stock Vogue SE certainly doesn't look as aggressive as this.