Land Rover Defender Chelsea Wide Track by A. Kahn Design

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British tuner masters stylish aggression.

Presented in Volcanic Black Satin, A. Kahn Design’s latest Land Rover Defender SW 90-Chelsea Wide Track sports an all-new X-Lander Grille that’s been designed to fit perfectly with factory mounted points. It also comes with a six-speed automatic gearbox conversion, while typically refined upgrades include front/rear wide wings with integrated vents, extended wheel arches housing 20-inch Mondial alloys finished in Volcanic Black with a diamond cut finish, and side/hood vents with mesh stainless steel.

Inside, hand-crafted seats are upholstered in quilted and perforated leather with Harris tweed inserts, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and bespoke instrument cluster. As with all of Afzal Kahn’s cars, the cabin is totally customizable, with the British automotive stylist offering a host of interior options ensuring that you’re ride is not only unique but also reflects your personality.

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