Kahn Expedition Vehicles, a part of Kahn Design tuning company who specializes in turning tough and rough off-roaders into Chelsea Tractors, has come up with a new treatment for the Land Rover Defender. It is not the coolest Defender Kahn has ever done, but still, it is a hugely appealing proposition.
Boasting a full Wide Track package, this Defender comes with front and rear wide wings with integrated vents and bolt apertures, front bumper, bonnet vents, fog lamps and headlamp grilles with stainless steel mesh.
Furthermore, you get side vents with mesh stainless steel, crosshair military headlights, exterior Kahn prototype tailgate and wing blade logos, front bumper sump guard forged in aluminium, specially adapted mud flaps, exhaust shields and Chelsea Truck Company Spare Wheel Cover.
A vital part of each Kahn vehicle, that is kind of the tuner’s signature, is set of exclusive wheels. In this case they are 8×16-inch 1948 Defender wheels in satin black , fitted with 235x85x16” tyres.
As for the interior, while Kahn maintains that each vehicle is bespoke to the customer, they went ahead and fitted this particular Defender with their own treatment that includes front sports GTB seats in quilted, perforated leather, single spoke steering wheel clad in leather, Churchill time clock fascia insert and rev counter fascia in red. The real highlight of the cabin, however, are the Harris Tweed accents that adorn the seats and parts of the dashboard.