View from the Press: Kahn Land Rover Defender review by Motortorque
2nd Apr 2013
Famed for its lavishly customised vehicles, the Kahn brand is a world renowned \'design house\', say Motor Torque.com
From the Bugatti Veyron to the Jeep Wrangler, Kahn design can take any vehicle and give it a unique twist.
And the focus of Motortorque’s latest review is the acclaimed Kahn Defender.
An icon in every sense of the word, the Land Rover Defender is rugged in appeal and hard-hitting in stature.
Yet, in the very capable hands of Afzal Kahn - the Defender’s territory pounding contour is coupled with contemporary luxury – making it more striking than ever. Check out the review here.
Staying true to his philosophy of combining mechanical perfection and exterior beauty, the principal British designer insists fundamentals bearing diametrically opposing functions will appeal to customers far and wide. And his formula of club-class quality and high-tech engineering ensures every external modification serves to coax greater performance from the car.
The tasteful intensity of this vehicle will leave a distinctive impression – allowing you to approve of and appreciate a range of enhancements which include brake calipers finished in liquid red, front and rear wide wings with integrated vents and bolt apertures, extended wheel arches in satin black, front and rear wing vent mesh inserts, roof in satin black, bonnet vents with mesh, diamond LED B6 headlamps, front grille with embossed Kahn branding & mesh, Kahn prototype wing blades, side vents with mesh. Hardwearing mud flaps, Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover and undercar Kahn logo projection floor light.