Land Rover Defender ‘London Motor Show Edition’ by Kahn Design
Production of Land Rover Defender came to an end officially in 2016. An iconic car in the British manufacturer’s lineup, Defender has hundreds of possibilities when it comes to customization. This typical Land Rover Defender from the 90’s has been presented at 2017 London Motor Show. It was created by Afzal Kahn and is known as Defender London Motor Show Edition. Land Rover started the production of its ancestors 68 years ago while two million units of the same were sold before its official discontinuation.
Defender comes with Chelsea Truck Company’s wide arches, X-Lander grill, stainless steel front bumper, Tron ring lights and shadow chrome headlights. Not just that, the performance of the car has even been raised to match its visible attitude. It now comes with uprated gas shocks, Volcano Black 20 inch Mondial alloy wheels, 275 section tyres and new steering dampers. The 2.2 liter engine on the Defender is good for 170 BHP. Interior feels luxurious with the new heated GTB sport seats on the Limited Edition Defender.
The same level of comfort is carried to the second row of seats, keeping all the five passengers in utmost comfort during all rides. Use of leather and other exotic materials is clearly seen on the inside of this Defender. The Blue exterior look super cool with the contrast Black body panels. Fixed glass on the rear seats and visible bolts all over the body further enhance its overall appeal. Afzal Kahn is a specialist when it comes to the making of special edition Land Rover and Jeep vehicles for the clients and Motor Shows.