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Tel: 0207 751 4555

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377 Kensington High Street
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Land Rover Defender 2.2 TDCI 90 Hard Top - Chelsea Wide Track
Mar 11, 2020

The Land Rover Defender has always been the quintessential off-road, terrain-conquering machine.

It still proudly holds onto that title to this day, and the team at the Chelsea Truck Company has decided to enhance it even further with the Tamar Blue Defender 2.2 TDCI XS 110 Wide Track.

The visual upgrades consist of a Volcanic Black Satin roof, new daytime running lights work alongside the shadow chrome headlights that are positioned on opposite sides of the X-Lander grille whilst a sump guard sits below the new front bumper replacement.

The front and rear wide wings were extended outwards and given exposed vents and bolt apertures, Kahn bonnet lettering, bonnet vents and a large Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover make the new styling even more apparent.

The capable and dynamic character of the Land Rover Defender was also improved thanks to the introduction of a new set of 1948 Defend wheels with a satin black finish in a 8” x 16” fitment complete with 235/85/16” tyres. Behind the wheels sit liquid red painted brake callipers and mud flaps.

While most observers would take the Tamar Blue Defender 2.2 TDCI XS 110 Wide Track as a rugged off-road, purposeful machine, they would be surprised after stepping inside the luxurious cabin.

Front GTB sport seats and matching centre glove box, Churchill Time Clock Fascia insert in red, Billet and Leather steering wheel and vented foot pedals in machined aluminium add to the wealth of luxury inside the Defender.

The featured Tamar Blue Defender 2.2 TDCI XS 110 Wide Track is currently available for £34,720. Customers can also have the Chelsea Truck Company design team upgrade their own Defender model to their exact specification.

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