Russian Land Rover Defenders Get the Vilner Touch

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A pair of Land Rover Defenders get some work done to them courtesy of Bulgarian tuner Vilner.

Are you still in shock that you don't see a Land Rover Defender with the name Project Kahn? Vilner must have been too, as the Bulgarian tuner gives their touches to a pair of Russian Land Rover Defenders. The pair of Defenders belong to a wealthy Russian owner who wishes to remain anonymous, but wanted to customize his off-roaders. He also wanted to customize the Defenders to the theme of hunting, which is apparently very popular in Russia.

You can't truly call yourself a man in Russia unless you've tackled a 500lb bear. Oh yeah, rabbit hunting is popular too. Each of the black painted Defenders include xenon HID headlights, additional lights for night hunting on the exterior and even a set of luxury touches on the interior of each. They also include a 600W navigation-audio system, 15-inch screen, DVD player, LED's integrated into the instruments, leather upholstery and a new center console fitted with Nappa leather. Pricing for the Bulgarian-tuned package remains a mystery. Bear hunting made simple, Dasvedanya Vilner.


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