Land Rover Defender 110 ‘Decade Edition’

Oct 6, 2017

Category: Rides

For ten years now, UK brand Arkonik has been building some of the most stunningly unique custom Land Rovers in the world. And, in celebration of their continued progress, they’ve announced their latest project, their ‘Decade Edition’ Defender 110 for our viewing and driving pleasure.

Done up in a gorgeous combination of black and gold flake, each of the 5 extremely limited edition SUVs is affixed with a KBX grille and wing-top vents, bespoke KAHN alloy wheels, and unique badging. And the spot-on details continue in the cab with bespoke Ruskin Inside upholstery and Recaro Cross CS Sportster front heated seats done up in the same black and gold theme. The brand hasn’t released info on pricing or other options and upgrades, but you can (like always) expect a bevy of magnificence from this superb Land Rover customization brand.

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