As one of the first tuners at all, the British company Kahn Design has joined forces with the subsidiary Chelsea Truck Company already in June of this year dealt with the brand new Land Rover Defender of the L2019 series presented in 663. At the beginning there were new alloy wheels in a maximum of 23 inches and a blackline kit that made all chrome disappear all around. And now, a few months later, you are one step further and again presents a Defender which is visually appealing to the so-called "Vesuvius Edition" Range Rover Sport Vesuvius presented in 2015 from Kahn Design. That is to say, the latest interpretation comes in a bold color scheme in the form of a black body paint with an orange-colored wide stripe on the front hood, the front apron and in the interior. But it's not just the two-tone paintwork that makes the difference compared to the series.
22 inch Kahn RS forged wheels
Kahn Design gave the model 110 a Kahn lettering on the front edge of the hood and there was a modified front grille in glossy black. The sporty front spoiler on the apron is still new and this time there was again a chic set of wheels. The in-house Kahn RS forged wheels in black are installed, which this time perfectly fill the 9,5 x 22 inch wheel arches. On the other hand, it is less extensive at the rear. Here the Kahn Defender shows itself with a "Crosshair" exhaust system which is of course also an in-house production of the British tuner. The Vesuvius version of the Defender should definitely attract a lot of attention again and gives the SUV a lot of individuality and extravagance in the interior. This is just as unconventional as the exterior.
25.000 euros for the license plate
Afzal Kahn and his team designed an alternative to the standard equipment for the Defender and covered the black leather seats with bright orange elements that can be selected from a wide range of color and material options including Alcantara. And if you still have the small thing of 23.000 British pounds (around 25.000 euros) left over, you can call the prestigious license plate “1 DBT” on your vehicle your own. Without the license plate, the tuner currently wants to have 66.999 pounds (about 74.000 euros) for the converted vehicle. If we get more information about the changes, there will of course be an update for this report. You will be informed of this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
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Chelsea Truck Company Land Rover Defender "Vesuvius"
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