Land Rover Defender Pickup By Project Kahn

Jan 30, 2017

Category: Rides

Based out of the U.K. it’s only fitting that an after-market builder like Project Kahn would specialize in crafting a Land Rover Defender that simply hits the mark on just about everything we look for in a well-built off-road machine. The canvas at hand? A 2015 Defender Chelsea Wide Track pickup. The result? An amazing visionary feat of both design and power.

Under the hood, this beast hosts a 2.2 TDCI engine pushing out 122 BHP with only 22,700 miles on the odometer. It takes diesel fuel, boasts an AWD drivetrain, and Project Kahn made sure to hook this beauty up with all the bells and whistles one would come to expect from the seasoned outfitters. Some features include additional crystal LED lights, a 2-inch suspension lift, a set of 16” Renegade Tires, door cards in black leather, machined aluminum foot pedals and a dark red leather interior. It’s on the wishlist for sure and is available for the price of $87,800. [Purchase]

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