Startech Land Rover Defender

Jul 25, 2017

Category: Rides

As an aftermarket builder of customized Land Rovers, Range Rovers, and Jaguars, Startech refines these luxury vehicles to the owner’s specification right from their own workshop in Bottrop, Germany. Their latest creation is a two-fold Defender – boasting a rugged outward appearance but with a luxurious interior for maximum comfort.

With this build, Startech decided to give the Defender a custom front end, dirt flaps, aluminum running boards, and let it ride atop a set of Monostar D wheels for good measure. Inside, the Defender now comes equipped with a leather sport steering wheel, customized aluminum pedal pads, and a full-on leather interior for a truly luxurious feel. Also, a serious sound system in the rear of the Defender pairs nicely with the wood inlays and other aluminum components, rounding out this off-road/urban assault vehicle for the better. More info and projects can be found on their site, so be sure to drop them a line if you’re interested in building your own.

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