Defender 2.2 TDCI XS 90 Station Wagon
Feb 18, 2020
There is something very raw and utilitarian about the Chelsea Truck Defender 2.2 TDCI XS 90 Station Wagon.
We are talking about a motoring experience unlike anything else. The Chelsea Truck Company Defender 2.2 TDCI XS 90 Station Wagon tests seriously tests your motoring experience.
There is still a real sense of excitement and fun to be driving the Defender 2.2 TDCI XS 90 Station Wagon. It tests your skill and driving ability in the same way that a sports car or hot hatch might. It is rather sure-footed with the 2.2 litre engine seemingly powerful enough to shift a small train.
It has a different kind of charm because there is little doubt that this is very much back-to- basics motoring. Bystanders and enthusiasts take time out to talk to you, demanding to know more about the vehicle and the ever-increasing cracks and potholes pock-marking our roads pose few problems.
The Chelsea Truck Company can transform a vehicle into anything a client requires, whilst somehow managing to retain the essence of what a Defender should look like.
From painstaking conceptual planning, all the way through to the finer finishing touches, the styling package for the Chelsea Truck Defender 2.2 TDCI XS 90 Station Wagon illustrates the capabilities of this vehicle, personifying the meticulous process of its creation.
Bold and beautiful Volcanic Black Satin livery, front and rear wide wings with vents and bolt apertures, santorini black body colour, extended wheel arches, cross-hair military headlights, bumper sump guard, mesh side and top bonnet vents, mud flaps, paint roll bars and side steps in matt black, Kahn fog lamps and the X-Lander front grille command attention.
Storm trooper-style seats complete with Harris Tweed inserts hug and caress whilst exuding nonchalance - transforming the driving position into something close to ideal.
Door panels, centre glove box, Churchill time clock and speedo/rev counter facia, Kahn billet steering wheel, centre console facia and vented machined aluminium foot pedals and Harris Tweed detailing complete the interior package.
With Land Rover due to consign the standard model to history, to eventually be replaced by an all-new namesake, there will probably be quite a clamour for Chelsea Truck Company models.
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