Land Rover is reportedly working on an all-new version of the Defender which, if those reports are to be believed, is not going to look anything like the current generation, which is of course a 50 years old design. That’s a shame really, because these days the Defender is one of the coolest-looking cars in the world.
Granted, maybe not the standard Defender, but take a look at this Kahn Design Defender 110 and tell me it isn’t just spectacular. The Wide Track treatment the British tuner offers for these cars is the result of years of refining the design. And it looks perfect in its latest iterations.
Kahn Design Defender 110 modifications begin from the front where an X-Lander grille replaces the stock unit, accompanied by new headlights bezels, bumper, underbody guards, and lights. Then there is the wide arches which are the meat of Wide Track package, complete with new running boards and side vents. Around at the back a revised bumper with new integrated tailpipes and a Kahn Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover wrap things up nicely.
As for the interior, Kahn encourages customers to challenge them with wild ideas and concepts. The treatment is totally bespoke to the individual in terms of design, colors and materials.