The Land Rover Defender is one of the most iconic four-wheel drive machines to ever grace the earth. Its legacy spans more than 60 years. But as it is with all good things that come to an end, 2016 is the year the iconic 4×4 went out of production.
As a tribute to the iconic machine, British coach builders Kahn Design have come up with their final version of the Defender, dubbed as the “The End” Edition. The End Edition is based on the Land Rover 2.2 TDCI XS 100 Station Wagon trim, which is given a rugged outer shape with a custom made luxurious interior.
The outer shell gets a complete overhaul that now boasts a new X-Lander front grill and front bumper, which gets integrated lights. The front and rear get the wide wing wheel arches. The entire body gets new sits on top of a set of Mondial 9×20″ wheels in a shade of Volcanic black.
On the inside, the standard Defender seats are replaced by GTB Sport seats that come in quilted and perforated leather, with the same details flowing on to the dashboard and glovebox and the centre armrest. To ad more bespoke touches to the Defender, the entire interior and exterior get sprinkles of custom made machined aluminium and steel fitments such as the vented foot pedals that are made in machined aluminium and bonnet vents with mesh made in stainless steel.
The Project Kahn Land Rover Defender “The End” Edition is available till stocks last for a retail price of £55,999 (approximately $81,000). For more details be sure to head over to Kahn Design website.