According to Project Khan, the Miyagi special edition Range Rover was created to aide the victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. It doesn’t say anything about the proceeds going to charity but pushing the Bali Blue sports edition complete with a ten piece body kit that includes side skirts, bespoke 22-inch RS Cosworth wheels and a restyled front bumper with fog lamp surrounds in billet steel finish is sure to raise some awareness. The Range Rover Sport Miyagi Edition is available now starting from £69,000 (US 110k) for the Diesel and £89,000 (US 142k) for the petrol version. Or you can just donate to a local charity.