Kahn Presents Latest Defender Chelsea Wide Track

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Exquisite detailing complements the rugged offroader.

Finished in Volcanic Black Satin, this is the latest A. Kahn Design Land Rover Defender from the British stylist’s Chelsea Wide Track program. The understated body kit includes an X-Lander grille, signature wide arch kit housing 20-inch Mondial alloys finished in Nara Bronze to match the roof, stainless-steel front bumper, matt-black hood and side vents, LED diamond bright headlights, and a stainless-steel twin crosshair exhaust.

Inside, sports seats come wrapped in perforated Nappa leather with silver stitching, the cabin is trimmed in Alcantara and black leather, and exquisite touches include a billet and leather wrapped steering wheel, Churchill time clock and aluminum pedals.

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