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Kahn Land Rover Defender 110 “The End”

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British tuner Kahn Design decided to it’s about time they paid some kind of homage to the Land Rover Defender, a car they’ve had a lot of fun with over the years. They call this latest model “The End Edition” and it boasts pretty much all the bells and whistle they offer for the iconic SUV.

The End edition Kahn Land Rover Defender is a seven-seater 2.2 TDCI XS 110 Station Wagon in Santorini Black, equipped with a Chelsea Wide Track body kit and 20-inch Mondial wheels in Satin Black. The styling kit consists of front and rear wide wings with integrated vents and bolt apertures, X-Lander front grille, bumper sump guard mesh and hood vents.

Under the skin this special Landie benefits from a twin crosshair exhaust system, suspension lift, up rated gas shocks/steering damper and hard wearing mud flaps. Kahn has also upgraded the diesel engine in this car for better response and more satisfying performance. After all, You can’t have those looks and the power of a lawn mower.

Kahn Land Rover Defender The End also comes with a number of interior goodies, including GTB front, middle and rear folding seats in quilted and perforated leather, leather-wrapped centre glove box, passenger dashboard, grab handles, door panel inserts, instrument binnacle, rear door panel, roof headlining and sun visors, Churchill time clock and speedo/rev counter facia in red, alpine satellite navigation system, door entry sill plates, rear cabin access LED lights, reverse camera, Kahn billet steering wheel and vented machined aluminium foot pedals.

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