You may not expect a Land Rover Defender seven-seater to be the kind of car used for a customization project that includes items such as quilted, perforated leather. However, this seems to have become the usual business for British tuner Kahn
, which has recently released the Chelsea Defender.
Based on a Land Rover Defender 2.2 TDCI XS 110, the vehicle features multiple exterior custom elements. These include a front grille, front apron lights, xenon crosshair headlights, mesh-style bonnet vents, a front sump guard, mud flaps, exhaust shields, a custom tailgate logo, wing badges, as well as a Chelsea truck company spare wheel cover.
In addition, Kahn’s defender rides on 1983 RS Defend wheels, which come in a 18x8-inch size all-round, being wrapped in 265/65 R18 rubber.
Climbing aboard, we find Sports GTB seats, a Kahn single-spoke steering wheel, custom dashboad instruments, special floor mats, a Kahn fire extinguisher, Churchill time clock facia insert, as well as aluminum pedals. The tuner has spread materials like quilted & perforated leather, as well as Alcantara, all around the cabin.
The final touch comes from a Kahn twin crosshair exhaust system, which promises to change the voice of the diesel powerplant.