Project Kahn tuners finalize DefenderOctober 8, 2020
The tuners have finalized the five-door Land Rover Defender 110.
It is known that the Vesuvius Edition will differ from the standard body and interior trim, as well as other bumpers and wheels. The officially presented SUV was shown in black and orange tones, but the tuning studio said that the shades could be anything, depending on the wishes of the customer. This project provides for the refinement of the car’s radiator grill, as well as bumpers and some small accents on the body.
The interior of the SUV is proposed to be changed due to the colored elements that echo in the shade with the body solution. The Land Rover Defender is up £ 20,000 after tuning. Project Kahn expressed their readiness to part with the license plate 1 DBT, which Vesuvius has, captured in the photographs – it was estimated at 23,000 pounds.
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