Kahn Design is known for vehicle conversions, luxury bespoke leather interiors, light alloy wheels, aerodynamic body styling - hence the company’s mantra is ‘The Road Is My Catwalk‘.
As the only High Performance Partner, we support all on-road tyre applications for Kahn Design and Project Kahn vehicles, with the latest Range Rover models running on 285/35R23 107Y XL FR SportContact™ 6 RO1 ContiSilent™.
Kahn Design along with Project Kahn, which is the high performance and Range Rover arm of the business, demand the best fitment when it comes to tyre specification. We have been no stranger to supporting Kahn over the last ten years.
Our tuning department has 27 years’ experience in supporting its customers in the business of vehicle conversion, performance enhancement and handling optimisation. Tyre choice plays a critical role for such high-end tuning partners, and the SportContact™ 6 perfectly meets the needs of performance vehicles.
The distinguishing characteristics of an ultra-high-performance tyre is not just the size, but also its superior competency in the most demanding of situations. With a set of UHP tyres fitted to a performance car, you can expect a sporty ride, smoother lane changes, plus enhanced steering precision and cornering stability.
Our engineers have worked tirelessly to develop a range of UHP tyres that can handle the increased speeds, torque, and G-forces produced by the extra horsepower, enhanced brakes, and sports-tuned suspension of vehicles delivered by producers such as Kahn Design.
Over time, our world-class engineers and technicians have devised a vast number of technologies to dramatically enhance tyre performance characteristics. More than just a new rubber compound, Black Chili is based on the latest findings in polymer and raw material research. A “Micro Flexibility Compound” ensures optimum grip, providing better acceleration and safety reserves for all Kahn Design vehicles.
We have a long history of product excellence and commitment to redefine UHP performance. Our High-Performance Technology Centre (HTPC) has been in operation since June 2016. It currently produces extremely sophisticated high-speed tyres for performance sports cars and SUVs. Some 350,000 tyres roll off the production line every year.