When spoken about bespoke Land Rover Defenders, one of the first name that would come to mind is Kahn Design. The UK-based automotive fashion house has revealed its latest Land Rover, the Flying Huntsman 105 Longnose Defender.
Finished in Volcanic Rock Satin, Kahn Design has elongated the bodywork of the Defender, and the 105 refers to the Flying Huntsman's wheelbase.
The Huntsman 105 Longnose Defender by Kahn Design receives a square-sectioned wide arch body kit, an X-Lander front grille; Diamond LED military headlamps, fog lamps, and a Flying Huntsman spare wheel cover.
The Land Rover Defender Flying Huntsman is capable, both on and off-road owing to 20-inch wheels wrapped in 275 section tyres. Performance duties are taken care of by a 6.2-litre engine that makes around 450bhp, with the help of a 6-speed automatic gearbox.
Upgraded brakes and suspension ensures the Defender stops as impressive as it goes and the ride quality is good.
Inside, the GTB seats along with the dashboard and grab handles are finished in leather, while the roof lining is finished in Alcantara and the pedals are machined aluminium.
With a price tag of £199,995, the Kahn Design Flying Huntsman 105 Longnose Defender may not be the ideal choice when picking an off-roader. But for those die-hard Defender fans looking at owning a one-off model, Kahn Design has a solution.