Vehicle customisation is an art. Taking something and re-creating it into something even better has been in the auto industry for a very long time now.
On this list comes the British engineering company, Kahn Design, that has mastered the art of customisation and has created a few masterpieces.
Latest in the company's lineup is the Flying Huntsman, a heavily modded Defender. Let's take a closer look at the pickup and what is offered along with it:
The Flying Huntsman, started life as a humble two-door Defender 90 Pickup. Kahn Design has extended the bonnet by 400 mm and the width by 150 mm.
Further, the Huntsman has front and rear wide wings with vents and bolt apertures, body colour, extended wheel arches, front bumper replacement with bumper lights, bonnet and side vents with mesh stainless steel, side steps, X-Lander front grille and 1945 Retro Wheels in Matt Black with a gold stripe.
Power comes from a 2.2-litre diesel engine, that produces 105 horsepower. Power is delivered to all four wheels through a button-operated six-speed automatic transmission. Brakes and suspension have received upgrades too.
Inside, the centre glove box, passenger dashboard, grab handles, door panel inserts, instrument binnacle, roof headlining and sun visors are all upholstered to complement the front two GTB Sports Seats.
There is a Churchill time clock & rev counter fascia, vented machined aluminium foot pedals and a Kahn billet steering wheel. Customers also have the option to design their own model with the featured upgrades in a variety of colours, finishes, trims, and more.
Coming to the price, the Flying Huntsman Pickup can be owned for around USD 89,000.