Land Rover Defender gets a new modern front look by Kahn Design

Land Rover Defender has been in production since 1983 with very little changes to the overall look.

A successor is reportedly in development and should arrive in 2-3 years time.

The current model is already iconic and they gold their value quite well. Some like it stock, while some might prefer a more modern look.

Kahn Design has launched their Defender 2.4 TDCI 90 Hard Top – Chelsea Wide Track with new 20-inch Mondial alloy wheels with a partial glossy piano black finish.

The biggest update is the addition of a new “X-Lander” grille, which makes the whole car look a lot more modern. It doesn’t scream I am different and blends in very well with the rest of the car.

Other updates include sports seats wrapped in quilted and perforated leather, similar finish also on the central armrest and updated instrument dials. The cargo area at the rear is finished with fine wood.


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