SsangYong's special Rexton R-Line

  • Limited-edition Rexton
  • Styled by Project Kahn
  • Costs 5000 more than standard car
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SsangYong is showing off a special-edition Rexton 4x4 at the British Motor Show.

The R-Line has been styled by Afzal Kahn of the Project Kahn company, which specialises in turning standard cars into bespoke works of art.

The 29,995 R-Line is based on the Rexton 270 SPR, which costs 24,995.

Additional kit includes a leather interior, lowered suspension, an uprated exhaust system and 22-inch alloy wheels.

Power comes from a 183bhp 2.7-litre diesel, which is linked to a Mercedes-built automatic gearbox and four-wheel-drive system.

SsangYong is also showing off updated versions of its Kyron and Rodius models at the show, which begins on Wednesday.

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