London Motor Show Edition Defender By Afzal Kahn To Be Unveiled
Mar 18, 2020
As part of the re-launch of the London Motor Show, organisers of the show have commissioned renowned British Designer, Afzal Kahn to design the ‘Ultimate Defender’ as a tribute to the legendary SUV.
Kahn is set to give the one-off car a contemporary feel while emphasising its iconic features. Entitled the Ultimate Defender, the vehicle will feature a variety of visual elements that give the classic design a modern touch while recalling the long and storied history of the SUV.
It is anticipated, the celebratory model will also wear a number of tailor-made components including a Chelsea Truck Company Wide Track body kit and a bespoke interior.
Taking place at Battersea Park from 5th to the 8th May 2016, the show is set to appeal to a broad demographic. It is billed as an inclusive event for all the family, designed to cater for everyone from buyers to industry executives.
Officially unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, the Vengeance by Kahn will also be on display. Designed to hark back to the glory days of British coach building, the Vengeance is a coach built two door coupe that is based on the Aston Martin DB9.
Inspired by the Aston Martin designs of the 1980s and 90s, the Vengeance is the conclusion of Mr. Kahn’s lifelong pursuit to design the car he has always wanted to drive.
The coach built Flying Huntsman 110 Double Cab 6X6 Pick Up made quite a stir at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, and we are delighted to once again showcase the vehicle in the UK.
Around 880mm longer than the standard Defender and 150mm wider, the Flying Huntsman 110 Double Cab 6X6 Pick Up is set to create a great deal of excitement at The London Motor Show.
Afzal Kahn and his team have spent thousands of hours of research and development involving a team of over 40 expert automotive designers, engineers and craftsmen, to create a fitting tribute to one of the world’s best loved vehicles.
“The show will be an opportunity to shine the spotlight on one of the most amazing industries that we have in this country,” said Mr. Kahn.
“This is a very important development and it is only right that visitors will be able to view the remarkable success first hand.”
The show will be built around "several large structures" which will act as hubs to put a focus on various aspects of the motoring industry, including its heritage in an area led by the Beaulieu National Motor Museum.
Chelsea Truck Company will post the latest updates in relation to our attendance at The London Motor Show.
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