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Even though the Defender is retired, the British tuner Kahn design comes at least once a month with a new copy around the corner. And of course the current Land Rover Defender 110 by Kahn Design may not be lacking on tuningblog. The vehicle was built by the subsidiary Chelsea Truck Company and the style should be reminiscent of James Bond 007. The whole thing has the "short" name: "Aston Martin Storm Black Land Rover Defender Station Wagon Chelsea Wide Track" and luckily it wasn't written out on the vehicle. The robust off-roader has of course been created again with an abundance of powerful and luxurious upgrades.
The team around the owner Afzal Kahn changed almost the entire exterior and everything inside has also been revised. Front and rear there are new and significantly wider fenders with integrated ventilation slots as well as exposed screw connections and an X-Lander front grille. It continues with a new front bumper with integrated lighting and a massive underride guard. The bonnet now has vents for cooling the engine and at the rear there was a new spare wheel cover with the Chelsea Truck Company logo. At the rear, however, there is even more to see because the Defender got a double crosshair exhaust system and also durable mud flaps that give the SUV a robust appearance.
A highlight are definitely the large Mondial aluminum rims in matt black (Volcanic Black) which completely fill the wheel arches with 9x20x275 tires in the dimensions 55 x 20 inches. If you look closely you can still discover painted brake calipers which impressively reflect the attention to detail. The visual appearance is rounded off with completely darkened windows and of course the aforementioned Aston Martin Storm Black paintwork. And as has often been seen by Kahn Design, the interior is also absolutely tailor-made and pampers the occupants. The seats that are installed ex works have been replaced by black GTB seats and all armchairs in the vehicle have quilted and perforated leather in high-end quality.
Also covered in leather is the middle glove box, the dashboard, the grab handles, the door panels, the sun visors and much more. In addition, the Churchill clock and a speedometer in red and set a lot of other details such as high-quality door sills, Kahn billet steering wheel or the aluminum pedals. If we get more details about the changes, there is, of course, an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will get in touch immediately. We wish you a lot of fun watching the pictures.
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These are the changes to Defender:
- Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover
- Repainting in Aston Martin Storm Black
- Defender door sills
- Exterior - barge tailgate emblem
- Fog Lights
- Front and rear fender flares
- LED Diamond Bright Headlight
- Privacy tinted glass (antireflective glass)
- Rear mud flaps
- Side window in matt black
- Side window with mesh - stainless steel
- new headlights in black
- double crosshair exhaust system in stainless steel
- exhaust covers
- X-Lander front grille
- Churchill clock in red
- middle glove compartment in quilted and perforated leather
- Dashboard in black leather
- new doormats
- heated front seats
- Handles with leather covers
- Steering wheel - billet & leather
- Foot pedals aluminum
- Bonnet openings with mesh - stainless steel
- Aluminum front bumper and rear bumper including lights
- 275x55x20 tires
- Mondial alloy wheels - 9 × 20 ″ in Volcanic Black
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