Land Rover Defender Flying Huntsman 6×6 Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

It looks like the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6×6 has some serious competition. Kahn Design has added an extra set of wheels to their Flying Huntsman to create the ultimate zombie apocalypse vehicle – the Land Rover Defender Flying Huntsman 6×6 Concept.

Essentially a stretched version of their 105 Longnose concept, this bad boy is powered by a beefy, General Motors-sourced 6.2-liter LS3 V8. But the 430 horsepower engine isn’t the only addition. The vehicle sees an additional set of wheels added to the mix, along with a set of updated, bigger brakes for increased stopping power and a revamped suspension setup to help tackle any terrain. While it still falls short of Benz’s 536-horsepower G63 6×6, we imagine plenty of fans will be ready to make the trade off for a Defender body. Right now it’s just a concept being presented at the Geneva Motor Show, but Kahn says it plans on producing the 6-wheeler, along with the possibility of a pickup version as well.

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