Land Rover Defender by Aznom

Jul 28, 2012

Category: Rides

Initially dubbed the Land Rover Ninety and Land Rover One Ten, the British built Land Rover Defender has been a fan favorite since first being launched all the way back in 1948, and it only seems to have grown more popular with each passing year.

Attempting to make a great vehicle even better, the Italian tuner Aznom took a stab at customizing the ever popular Land Rover Defender, and the results are awesome. The exterior sports a black and white two tone paint job, red brake calipers and moldings along with carbon fiber bumpers. The interior has been treated with leather, suede, alcantara and more carbon fiber accents to complete the aesthetic enhancement. The team at Aznom also bumped up the power from 122 horsepower to 152 horsepower, along with an additional 75 Nm of torque.

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