ICON D90 Land Rover

Mar 24, 2014

Category: Rides

Alongside his talented team at Icon 4×4, Jonathan Ward takes already beautiful off road vehicles, and makes them even more badass. For their latest project, the Los Angeles based shop has taken on this Land Rover Defender, crowned the Icon D90.

Staying in line with their traditional design aesthetics, the 2-door off road machine keeps things simple, while still standing out with that black metallic paint job and matching Hutchinson wheels. As with all of the Icon trucks, this thing was built to tackle any terrain. The vehicle’s powerplant has been upgraded with a 430-horsepower GM E-ROD LS3 V8 engine to help it power through pretty much anything with brute force. For suspension, Icon opted for a Dan 44 front axle, Dana 60 rear axle and twisted UK suspension with Bilstein shocks. Other upgrades include a custom built roll cage, front and rear bumpers with built-in LED lights, Alpine audio stereo system, and a whole lot more. Watch the video below.

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