The rock-solid Land Rover Defender has once again fallen in the hands of A. Kahn Design and Chelsea Truck Company to get a makeover. Both tuning companies say that this custom Defender is for "those who like to drive in a suitably presidential manner" and we are to agree with them. Follow our thoughts to understand why. The revamped vehicle features a wide range of accessories and styling features which lend it more aggressive and at the same time luxurious stance. At the front and rear we see wide wings with vents and bolt apertures.

The wheel arches have been extended and they perfectly harmonize with the new bumper sump guard, mesh side and top bonnet vents, mud flaps, paint roll bars and side steps in matt black. In general, the body of this Land Rover is covered with santorini black paint finish.

Not to mention the cross-hair military headlights, the fog lamps from A. Kahn Design and the X-Lander front grille. All they command is attention and they deserve it. The vehicle runs on Volcanic Black Mondial wheels in 9.0 x 20" fitment with 275 x 55 x 20 tyres. We have missed to mention the crosshair exhaust system that additionally gives this 60th anniversary Defender SVX Edition a rugged look.

Unlike most tuners, A. Kahn Design is famous for its generously equipped custom interiors. Consequently, this Defender benefits from front racing seats in black quilted nappa leather with Harris Tweed Inserts and silver contrast stitching. Firm cushioning in the form of Harris Tweed inserts improves the overall comfort, too.

The tuning inside continues with black door panels, dashboard and centre glove box in black quilted nappa, both with Harris Tweed inserts, and silver contrast stitching. Those who are looking carefully at the pictures below will also see the, Churchill time clock and speedo/rev counter facia in red, the Kahn billet steering wheel, the centre console facia in matt black, and vented machined aluminium foot pedals.

So, do you like this new Kahn project? Pen down your thoughts in the comments section below.

Source: A. Kahn Design