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published on 23rd January 2014 by Steve Whitaker

One could say that Kahn Land Rover Defender 2.2 TDCI SW 90 Chelsea Wide Track is a fitting celebration of classic Britishness and modernity.


You may not expect a Land Rover Defender to be the kind of car used for a customisation project that includes items such as quilted, perforated leather. However, a combination of fine detailing, diverse design, cutting-edge technology and the exclusivity synonymous with individually tailored projects, the Kahn Defender 2.2 TDCI SW 90 - Chelsea Wide Track is eye catching to say the least.


A. Kahn Design has in the past showcased us the Military Edition Defender and the Defender Concept 17 Wide Body Prototype and this particular vehicle on the quest to place the Land Rover Defender back to where it should be, having been neglected by those who opt for the range Rover instead!


One such example of the refinement on offer is the seamless appearance of such an imposing front grille, which is essentially a three piece kit comprising of upper and lower openings.


Manufactured to the very highest quality, has been designed to slot in perfectly with factory mounting points for easy installation and is available in the colour of your choice, with (optional) paintable areas and two headlamp surrounds.


Openings within the grille and lower valance combat unwanted road debris, ensuring optimum airflow to the radiator, intercooler and front brakes, thus the Kahn grill can stand the test of time!


The world’s foremost automotive design house is renowned for its unparalleled vehicles and the company philosophy is to always give the client what they desire whilst always providing our expertise. A joint collaboration between designers and client ensures the realisation of our customer's dream.


With specialist knowledge in adapting and re-designing vehicles, we are able to deliver contemporary and traditional interior solutions that are both sympathetic to the client’s environment as well as their needs and aspirations.

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