Land Rover Defender Flying Huntsman 6×6 Soft Top

Dec 7, 2017

Category: Rides

After receiving much praise and inquiries regarding the Flying Huntsman 110 6×6 Double Cab, aftermarket workshop Kahn Design has set out to one-up the previous beastly build with yet another release. This time it’s a Coach Built 6×6 Soft Top.

It comes as no surprise that at the time of publishing this is simply a teaser released by Kahn Design. However, by the looks of the rendering, the new Huntsman edition should boast the same diesel engine with an X-lander front grille and 1945 rear alloy wheels as the previous iteration. This time, though, the pickup has been transformed into a canvas drop top option in the rear turning this Huntsman into the ultimate safari vehicle on the high plains. More info is due to be released by Kahn in the coming months, so definitely keep this on the radar for when this soft top monster becomes available.

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