This one was inspired by the Phantom.
The automotive aftermarket scene is at an all-time high and has spread its wings to cover every single corner of the car market. One of the scene's biggest areas of growth has been in the off-road class, where pickup trucks and SUVs of all shapes and sizes are being modified beyond comprehension. ECD Design based in Kissimmee, Florida, is one of the leaders in off-road builds and specializes in turning old Land Rover Defenders into machines that offer excellent luxury and off-road capability. The company's latest creation is named " Project Phantom" after the Rolls-Royce car of the same name, and for a good reason.
Project Phantom is based on a Defender 110 and from the outside looks fairly tame, but small details make this creation stand out, and fans of Land Rover cars will immediately notice the Masai panoramic rear glass, 20-inch Kahn Mondial wheels, and 20-inch light bars. The exterior is coated in a "cool and calm gunmetal grey." Not only does Project Phantom look great, but it packs a punch under the hood. ECD has fitted a 6.2-liter 565-horsepower LS3 engine with a six-speed automatic transmission, as well as a full set of FAST brakes, and its own custom air ride suspension system. This sounds awesome, but the interior is where it's at.
Step inside the Project Phantom, and you'll be greeted by a Lamborghini Nappa Leather Orange Arancia Leonis interior. Hints of Lambo Nero Perseus and Garrett Allura English Suede can also be found scattered across the cabin. The Corbeau RRX front and middle seats feature a unique honeycomb design. The black suede headliner features hand-placed sparkles, and all parts, including the dashboard plates, cupholders, and even the air vents are finished in metal hardware. The cabin also holds a built-in refrigerator, a Momo steering wheel, Moal Bomber gauges, and JL audio. This is a bespoke design, and ECD doesn't give any pricing, but it should be cheaper than a Rolls-Royce Phantom.