2015 Land Rover Defender 110 ‘Volcanic’ By Kahn Design

Nov 20, 2018

Category: Rides

You’d think we might have custom car fatigue, what with all the impressive vehicles that come across our desks. And sometimes, you’d be right. Of course, sometimes something magnificent pops up, like this 2015 Land Rover Defender 110 from Kahn Design, and our jaws drop right back down to the floor.

Completely bespoke, this absolutely stunning 4×4 is done up in a finish called “Volcanic Moss Satin,” a matte black colorway reminiscent of pumice stone. That all-black scheme continues in the interior, as well, across its dash and quilted leather seats. Of course, that menacing appearance wouldn’t mean much if the SUV didn’t have any get-up-and-go — which it does, courtesy of a 2.2-liter turbodiesel engine (with only a bit over 5k miles on the odometer). Other touches include a quartet of all-terrain tires on new blacked-out wheels, a reworked hood, additional lighting, a 2″ lift kit, and so much more. This black beauty can be yours for $90,000.

Purchase: $90,000

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