A subsidiary of the atelier Project Kahn, the Chelsea Truck Company workshop, presented another tuning project. The Land Rover Defender SUV of the latest generation was taken as a basis, and experts have finalized both versions at once — the three-door Defender 90 and the five-door Defender 110. Moreover, the cars received improvements only to the body and interior, and technically the SUVs remained unchanged. Tuners used cars in the petrol version of the P300.
The main feature of the project was a set of body parts made of carbon fiber. The kit includes wheel arch linings, bumpers, radiator grille, as well as inserts in the air intakes. On the hood, the Land Rover emblem has been replaced with the inscription Kahn, and the Chelsea Truck Co logo is emblazoned on the spare wheel cover. Defender 90 received 22-inch forged Type 57 RS alloy wheels, and Defender 110 was equipped with five-spoke 22-inch Mondial Retro alloy wheels. The appearance of the SUVs is complemented by new mudguards and an exhaust system with four nozzles.
Chelsea Truck Company Show Cars are built on the basis of cars with 300-horsepower 2.0-liter gasoline turbo engines and an 8-speed automatic transmission, which remained intact. But the interior has been transformed. The three-door SUV is painted in Volcanic Rock Satin, and the interior is trimmed with Red Design leather, while the five-door model has a Black Satin body combined with the Volcanic Orange interior.
Both models have a roof made in a contrasting color Santorini Black. A tuning kit for Defender 90 will cost customers more than 47 thousand dollars, and improvements to Defender 110 will cost more than 67 thousand dollars. If you order ready-made turnkey SUVs for tuners, then the cost of modified cars will increase to 148 and 155 thousand dollars, respectively, taking into account the purchase of a standard Land Rover Defender.