Land Rover Defender ‘Bigfoot’ By Kahn Design

Jun 5, 2019

Category: Rides

The Land Rover Defender has always been a vehicle enjoyed by pretty much everyone the world over for its utilitarian appeal and very straightforward design. But for those that need to stand out from the crowd, Kahn Design’s latest creation transforms a run of the mill Defender into the baddest truck on the block. Introducing the larger than life monstrosity known as ‘Bigfoot.’

Beginning the build with a Defender 110 Double Cab Pickup, Kahn started the transformation with a 5-inch Bigfoot lift kit, adding 4-way adjustable shocks and upgraded coil springs to each wheel, making room for the massive 37-inch Trepador Extreme off-road tires on custom 5 spoke tubular steel beadlock wheels. The body sees the addition of wider fenders and a reworked front bumper with Warn winch before the entire truck received a splash of Kahn’s signature Volcanic Rock Satin paint finish. For a soft and tender interior to offset the truck’s rough shell, the team at Kahn gave the Defender a complete refinish in Russian Blue leather with Harris Tweed accents. Not bad, for a monster.

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