Bringing style to any terrain.
A Kahn Design has enjoyed quite a history with the Land Rover Defender. After all, it is one of the most iconic off-road vehicles of all time and is an important name in British industry. Programs such as the Defender Concept 17 Widebody have made quite a name for themselves for bringing a balance of style and comfort to the SUV’s rugged character. Now, the team is preparing to go a step further with the new Land Rover Defender 110 – Concept 23.
As of now, the new model is in the concept and design phase, but it has a promising future. Afzal Kahn has stripped down the Land Rover to the bare minimum to gain a greater knowledge of what makes the SUV tick, and appreciate its strengths and weaknesses in order to create the best model possible.
Big things are planned for the exterior of the Land Rover Defender 110 – Concept 23. A new, widetrack arch kit that includes lightweight wheel well extensions with integrated vents will be featured at both axles and contribute to a more muscular appearance. New mesh side vents and hood vents will help ensure proper cooling of essential components while an embossed Kahn feature will add a touch of style. New clear side repeaters, rear lenses, and front lenses will be added and match the new crosshair headlights that stare ahead with a vibrant display of white light. Special Kahn prototype wing blades and tailgate badge along with the oval tailgate badge will ensure that the Defender is unmistakably a product of A Kahn Design.
Filling in those widened wheel arches will be a set of A Kahn Design 1948 Defender wheels in an 8.0 x 16 fitment all around. Each wheel will be finished in a slick satin black and accommodate the factory center caps for a uniform look.
Not much has been released in regards to the interior of the Defender 110 – Concept 23’s interior, but you can expect the same level of comfort and luxury with that special custom-tailored touch as with all A Kahn Design models.
The new Land Rover Defender 110 – Concept 23 by A Kahn Design will make its debut in July of 2013 – just in time for summer off-roading.