A Land Rover Defender With a Nose Job But Who Are We to Judge?
We've got the after pictures
Kahn Design, the self-proclaimed world’s leading automotive fashion house, just released its newest work. Based on the Land Rover Defender, the Flying Huntsman 105 Longnose has been extended by 40 cm compared to the original. All in the very front — an interesting choice.
Says founder Afzal Kahn: “The road is my catwalk.” And I suppose that fashion doesn’t have to succumb to reason or practicality.
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In addition to the length, the Huntsman also features custom bodywork with flared wheel arches, widened front and rear wings and a bespoke X-Lander grille. Accents include LED headlights, a nifty extra wheel cover and panoramic glass sunroof.
The ride packs a 2.2-liter TDCI engine, six-speed automatic trani and a specialized brake and suspension system, while the interior features bespoke seats in Almandine leather, upgraded grab handle and passenger knee protectors with wool inserts so you can tear around with minimal bang-ups.
For $112,376, the UK ride is yours. Head on over to Kahn Design for more info.
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