The End Edition is Kahn’s Best Land Rover Defender Project So Far
This week you will love Kahn Design's project. In fact, we think that it is one of their best Land Rover Defender projects. It is based on the Land Rover Defender 2.2 TDCI XS 110 Station Wagon, which is a huge vehicle featuring space for seven occupants. It is also called "The End Edition" and includes abundant modifications inside and out. There is even an option for power upgrade.
This particular Defender is dressed in Santorini Black paint scheme and all of the extra elements added by the designers are in color-harmony with it. Take a look for instance at the front, which is adorned with new front and rear wide wings with integrated vents and bolt apertures and a new X-Lander front grille. They all come in black.
The same approach has been used for the new bumper with integrated lighting, bumper sump guard mesh hood vents and the Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover. Even the 20-inch Mondial wheels come in Satin Black, which have been fitted with 275x55x20" tires and painted brake callipers.
For more purposeful driving experience the tuners at Kahn added twin crosshair exhaust system, updated the suspension with a lift and uprated gas shocks and steering damper. At last, the hard wearing mud flaps lend a tough look to this unique seven seater.
Kahn Power Upgrade
Kahn Power Upgrade unit offers a remapped performance. We haven't received any specific numbers about the benefits, but we were told that it enhances the power of the car, smoothens the delivery and improves the fuel economy. The upgrade comes in the form of plug-in unit, which is simply integrated directly into the engine. The hardware works perfectly with the original equipment connection points, which enables easy fitting in minutes.
Behind the dark-tinted privacy glass is hidden luxurious interior for seven occupants. At the front the seats are GTB and together with the standard middle and rear folding seats, they come in quilted and perforated leather. The same upholstery has been used for the centre glove box, passenger dashboard, grab handles, door panel inserts, instrument binnacle, rear door panel, roof headlining and sun visors.
The person behind the Kahn billet steering wheel also benefits from Churchill time clock and speedo/rev counter facia in red, alpine satellite navigation system, door entry sill plates, rear cabin access LED lights, reverse camera, and vented machined aluminium foot pedals. What rounds out this whole package is Kahn's discreet branding.
Source: Kahn Design