DAMD tuning studio unveils updated Daihatsu Taft with Land Rover Defender designMay 6, 2021
The project taught a lesson about the “speaking” name Little D. According to the idea, the square off-roader Taft was supposed to disguise itself as a small Defender.
The company also offers 80s kits inspired by old Toyota trucks and SUVs.
Japanese body kit maker DAMD loves quirky design, which is embodied in one of their latest projects called Little D. This is an all-wheel-drive Japanese SUV that has been made as similar as possible to the Land Rover Defender.
The main changes are a new grille, bumper and bonnet that echoes the design of the classic British SUV. The letters “LITTLE D” are located along the edge of the bonnet, similar to the way Land Rover labels its vehicles. There is even a green oval badge, reminiscent of the LR emblem, but with the word Little D.
The Japanese also took care of the roof rack with wooden elements, which is an option.
The seats are finished in green plaid fabric and black vinyl on the sides. At the same time, the interior can be decorated in gray and red colors.
The 80s Taft kit is reminiscent of the style of the 1980s Toyota trucks and pickups with their striking stripes on the sides. The kit includes a new grille, bumper and bonnet that is similar to the 60th and 70th generation Toyota Land Cruiser models.
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