For the now growing team around the tuner Himalaya everything started with the color Arles Blue, the type NAS 90 in New Whale Street in Nantucket (island in Massachusetts) in 1994. The founder and owner James W. Shondel has one there Land Rover discovered with a roll cage, large tires and a perfect chassis and decided to build the ultimate Defender for the current generation. And not just once, but again and again exactly according to customer requirements. Since then, vehicles that are impressive have been created under the Himalayan abbreviation. Himalaya always paid attention to maintaining the unique, historical and proven philosophy of a Defender. Nevertheless, countless new details are integrated in the vehicles, which significantly improve both the driving behavior as well as the reliability and performance. And a Himalayan Defender should not be in the museum, but should always drive reliably and comfortably.