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Royal Wedding Special: Chelsea Truck Company Flying Huntsman 105 Longnose
Mar 24, 2020

The ultimate commemorative vehicle to mark HRH Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding day.


Royal events are often been marked by commemorative stamps, matching mugs and a range of memorabilia.


However, the latest Chelsea Truck Company vehicle features iridescent manifestations of royal craftsmanship.


Over  the years - Kahn Group C.E.O, and Design Director, Afzal Kahn has  designed a number of vehicles celebrating Her Majesty, The Queen’s  Jubilee, 60th Coronation and HRH Prince William and Kate Middleton's  wedding day.


To celebrate HRH Prince Harry and American actress,  Meghan Markle’s wedding; Mr. Kahn has unveiled the Chelsea Truck Company  Flying Huntsman 105 Longnose.


Complete with the much sought  after 4 HRH number plate; the principal British designer believes this  particular Chelsea Truck Company Flying Huntsman model is exactly the  sort of vehicle that one would associate with royalty, thanks to its  fashionable and iconic silhouette which pays tribute to the original  Defender – ideal for Prince Harry and his future bride’s wedding day.


Mr. Kahn said: “As a proud Englishman, this is our way of wishing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle many happy years together.


“May  I take this opportunity to congratulate the happy couple, on behalf of  myself and everyone at Project Kahn and The Chelsea Truck Company.


“The  vehicle is currently on display at our Kings Road showroom in Chelsea.  However, additional vehicles with the WED IIN and WED IIIN registrations  will be available at our Kensington showroom.


“Everyone is welcome to join us and celebrate this joyous occasion.”


The  Land Rover Defender named the Flying Huntsman 105 Longnose has an extra  400mm of bodywork inserted into the elongated chassis, just ahead of  the windscreen, hence the 105 designation, referring to the longer  wheelbase.


The redesigned silhouette, complemented by Mr. Kahn’s  renowned styling has produced a vehicle which is as striking as the  original, and makes a definite and lasting statement.


The  exterior of the vehicle is augmented with a wide arch body kit, fitted  precisely to the vehicle with our customary exceptional standards of  craftsmanship.


The exterior is fitted with widened front and rear  wings with integrated vents and bolt apertures, alongside an X-Lander  front grille, front bumper replacement with bumper lights, LED Diamond  Bright headlights, Flying Huntsman spare wheel cover and a fixed  panoramic glass sunroof.


The vehicle is adorned with exclusive  Chelsea Truck Company 1945 Retro Alloy wheels (8x18”) finished in Matte  Black with a gold stripe completed with 265x75x16” tyres.


In  addition, the 2.2-litre TDCI engine drives a six-speed automatic gearbox  operated by push-button controls. An upgraded braking and suspension  system along with a signature stainless steel crosshair exhaust system  completes the engineering overhaul.


Inside, front and rear GTB  seats, passenger dashboard top and grab handles and rear passenger knee  protectors have been expertly trimmed in sumptuous Almadine leather with  100 percent wool inserts.


A billet and leather steering wheel,  Flying Huntsman time clock fascia insert, instrument binnacle in Nappa  leather, custom centre console in Piano Black and cubby box in leather,  rear side panels and A-pillars in leather and vented foot pedals in  machined aluminium complete the interior package.


Please be  advised; the vehicle - adorned with the 4 HRH registration, will be on  display at either the Kahn Chelsea showroom on The Kings Road, or the  new Kensington showroom.


The Chelsea Truck Company Defender  maintains better value than the stock version according to trade price  specialists CAP, who insists the vehicle, shows 17 percent uplift in  residual value when compared to the standard vehicle.


True to the Defender’s British heritage, the 105 Longnose has been produced entirely in the UK.

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