The End is just the beginning: Land Rover Defender 2.2 TDCI XS Station Wagon â€˜The End Editionâ€™
16th Mar 2017
The Land Rover Defender 2.2 TDCI XS Station Wagon ‘The End Edition’ undoubtedly goes further in every way, allowing you to take sophistication and style to places where others would not dare venture.
All bearing the signature of Afzal Kahn, this distinctive run of 25 ‘The End Edition’ Defenders each feature stunning details and dramatic flourishes which ensure every vehicle is a tasteful twist on a style icon.
The striking French Racing Blue paintwork on this particular model sits elegantly on the imposing body, which has benefitted from the fitting of subtle front and rear wide wings with integrated vents and bolt apertures.
The familiar Defender facade has assumed a commanding presence with the addition of an X-Lander front grille and the alluring shine of the LED diamond bright headlights. Lower down, a striking new aluminium sump guard ensures ‘The End Edition’ remains the last word in raw, rugged ability.
This muscular frame sits theatrically on 9x20\" Mondial Volcanic Black alloy wheels which are encompassed by purposeful 275x55x20\" tyres. The elegant black satin roof complements the wheels beautifully and creates a leaner, more focused stance compared to the standard model.
The overhaul extends inside the cabin, with luxurious GTB sport seats finished with distinctive quilted and perforated leather elevating the cabin to extraordinary levels of comfort and style.
Like the attractive inner lining of a well-made suit, the unique striped fabric seats add a flourish of colour and charm which reflects perfectly the car’s individuality.
An expansive panoramic glass sunroof brightens the elegant interior, allowing the occupants to fully appreciate the spectacular details which complete the makeover. These include attractive leather upgrades to the dashboard and instrument binnacle, Churchill time clock facia insert finished tastefully in black, machined aluminium vented foot pedals and an eye-catching billet and leather steering wheel.
Each thoughtful adaptation secures this Defender’s place as one of the most exclusive and formidable cars on and off-road.
Although 67 years of Defender production recently came to an end, with the Chelsea Truck Company, ‘The End’ is just the beginning.