Land Rover Defender 110 ‘ORCA’ By Arkonik

Jul 17, 2017

Category: Rides

If you remember from their recent ‘Añejo’ latin-inspired Defender build, England-based Arkonik has a knack for twisting Land Rovers just enough to make them new and interesting, but without overdoing it. Well, it seems they’ve been at it again – releasing a Defender 110 pickup they’re calling ‘ORCA.’

Done up in Frozen White with Raptor Black accents, the connection to the Arctic-dwelling sea mammal from which this SUV gets its name is clear. And while it’s a super clean look, it’s not the only thing that makes this Defender special. It also boasts a 3.5-liter V8 engine under the hood, a WARN ZEON 12 front-end winch, and a Raptor-coated roll bar mounted with super-bright Lightforce 6″ LED spotlights. The color scheme is also continued in the interior, with black-and-white bespoke Ruskin Inside upholstery on Recaro Cross CS Sportster seats. And it’s even got a premium sound system with Apple Play compatibility. The ORCA Edition Defender 110 is selling for $126,000.

Purchase: $126,000

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