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Royal Wedding special Maybach
British car styling specialist Project Kahn has created a unique Maybach 57 to celebrate the wedding of HRH Prince William and Kate Middleton.
The Project Kahn Wedding Commemorative Maybach 57 is, says company owner Afzal Kahn, the ultimate way to mark the Royal Wedding on Friday 29 April – ‘far better than commemorative stamps, coins and memorabilia’.
Finished in pearl white metallic, the Commemorative Maybach 57 even has the perfect registration plate: 4 HRH.
“Project Kahn understands the meaning of traveling in style and with the conversion we perform on this prestige vehicle there is no more of a stylish way to travel,” said Kahn.
“The 4 HRH number plate is worthy of befitting a vehicle such as the Project Kahn Maybach 57.
“And as a proud Englishman and designer, this is our way of wishing the royal couple many happy years together.”
The key focus has been inside, which has been treated to a comprehensive Project Kahn interior package.
There are detail changes outside, too. 22-inch alloy wheels have been fitted, with special valve caps, while the firm has also added unique Project Kahn smoked rear lights.
Sensibly, as it’s a car ‘intended’ for the future King of England, secure Project Kahn Pentagon privacy glass is also fitted.
There’s even a Kahn key ring and, should Prince William wish to meet up with his uncle Prince Andrew on his honeymoon, the unusual addition of a Kahn Lightweight golfing umbrella with carbon fibre shaft.
So, will the Project Kahn Wedding Commemorative Maybach 57 make an appearance at the Royal Wedding itself?
Kahn himself was not saying – but he did drop a hint: “You never know, Project Kahn’s Maybach 57 complete with the 4 HRH number plate may yet make a grand entrance in London very soon!”
If you’re glued to the TV for the Royal Wedding, keep your eyes peeled for, just possibly, the appearance of a very special Maybach 57…
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