Land Rover Defender 110 ‘Black Hawk’

Jun 20, 2018

Category: Rides

It’s been a while since we’ve seen Arkonik, but it’s abundantly clear that these customizers out of the U.K. haven’t lost their touch. In fact, one of their newest builds, a Land Rover Defender 110 they’re calling ‘Black Hawk’ is one of the most intimidatingly impressive SUV builds we’ve seen from them.

Powered by a beefy 3.5-liter V8 engine, this all-black beast features a premium off-road package that makes it just as formidable on pavement as it is in mud. The build includes bead lock Mach 5 wheels paired with massive 33″ BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires, a full-length roof rack for all your hauling needs, a WARN Zeon 12-S winch and bumper, Wideboy wheel arches, and more. And that’s just outside. Inside, you’ll find Recaro front seats wrapped in Ruskin Inside black leather with Alcantara trim, a premium Pioneer sound system with a touchscreen control display, and so much more. Badass from head to toe, this is a Defender we certainly wish was our own.

Learn More: Arkonik

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