Tuners made a buggy from the serial Land Rover DefenderJanuary 17, 2020
The project was commissioned by customers from Florida. Now the car is ready to conquer any beaches and sands.
Masters from the Arkonik studio completed work on a very interesting project and shared its results on the Web. On the basis of the serial Land Rover Defender SUV, a buggy was created that can move even on deep sand. The car was called Reef D90. The developers improved the chassis of the car, gave it a real marine appearance, and also showed how spacious the interior of this compact SUV can be. The car got a beautiful blue tint with some silver accents. The roof is made in soft performance and painted in brown.
For better comfort at night, the tuners installed optics on LEDs. The main highlight was the BFGoodrich All Terrain T / A KO2 tires, thanks to which even deep sands are not afraid of the car. Of the technical equipment of the cabin, we note the new multimedia system with a 15-inch screen.
For seats, brown leather upholstery is now used. The floor is made of lacquered wood.
We also note the location of the rear seats – the salon has now become six-seater. Detailed technical data were not announced – according to assumptions, the car is equipped with a 2.5-liter turbodiesel with a return of 108 hp. and 5-speed “mechanics”. The cost of the car was estimated at 175 thousand dollars.
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