Jeep Wrangler Black Hawk Edition by Project Kahn

Mar 16, 2016

Category: Rides

Thanks to the Project Kahn’s Chelsea Truck Company, we many have found the hardest Jeep Wrangler around. The Black Hawk Edition, a modified beauty by CTC, finally got the treatment that made the company famous. Overall, the Black Hawk now features aggressive, wide wheel arches, a redesigned grill, and new bumper assembly.

Additionally, the exterior of the vehicle sports a fresh coat of smooth volcanic rock colored paint, smoked round headlights, and a new set of Kahn wheels. Kahn has yet to announce any detailed specifics regarding performance, but we’re willing to bet the quad-crosshair exhaust system signals some serious enhancements under the hood. The interior of the vehicle was redone with new perforated honeycomb maroon leather with gold top stitching. The center console also received similar treatment as well. Now, with all these cosmetic modifications, let’s hope what’s powering this black beauty is just as jaw dropping.

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