Land Rover Defender 110 ‘Spectre’ By Himalaya

Jan 16, 2019

Category: Rides

In spite of their relative rarity, it seems like custom Land Rover Defenders are pretty commonplace amongst the car world. That also means it’s a lot harder to stand out from the pack. The folks at Himalaya don’t appear to have an issue with that — if their Defender 110 ‘Spectre’ is any indication.

This beautiful matte black monster has looks that are about as intimidating as you might expect from a brand that derives their name from the home of the mythical yeti. And those looks pair perfectly with a beastly power plant under the hood: a 6.3 LS3 Corvette engine that pumps out 525 horsepower and 495 foot-pounds of torque. And while we’d be fine with cruising around in this bad boy as our daily driver, the 4″ lift with Fox Performance Shocks and an Extreme Currie Hi-Flex Suspension — mated to 37″ Toyo Open Country tires and 18″ Sawtooth Alloy wheels — says this 4×4 leviathan was meant to take on any terrain you can hurl it at. Best of all, you can buy one for yourself. Reach out for pricing and availability.

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