Land Rover has created a timeless brand off the back of their classic offerings, but the Defender series has helped to solidify the manufacturer as one of the decade’s premier platforms for customization. Kahn Design has capitalized on the vehicle’s impeccably built silhouette time and time again, and now, they’ve introduced their 2.2 TDCI 110 — a classy looking Chelsea Wide Track that speaks to the company’s attention to detail.
The 2016 TDCI 110 is an all-wheel-drive, diesel-powered model utilizing a slew of upgraded and reevaluated items, including a stainless steel twin crosshair exhaust system, X-Lander front grille with ABS headlight surrounds, and shadow chrome headlamps. A set of newly placed Cooper Discoverer A/T3 tires mounted to Mondial alloy wheels help to define the silver over satin black exterior of the Defender, while a customized front bumper, aluminum sump guard, and forest arches give the TDCI 110 a menacing all-terrain presence. On the interior, a Churchill time clock fascia insert, Nappa black leather passenger dashboard, double three-spoke steering wheel, and vented floor pedals provide the driver with luxurious amenities befitting the customized vehicle. An attractive odometer reading of only 300 miles places this nearly-new Defender into the realm of possibility, and for only $60,000, it seems like quite the steal.