Land Rover Defender 110

Land Rover Defender 110

Chelsea Truck Company's Land Rover Defender 110 Wide-Track looks Transformers-like

Chelsea Truck Company maintains producing modified Land Rover Defenders because they're popular. Project Khan recently modified the Defender 110 Wide-Track.

Wide bolt-on front and rear fenders in Grey Satin contrast the White exterior. New X-Lander grille, headlamp surrounds, and bumper with four integrated lights update the front end. The Defender's circular headlights include LED graphics and a Shadow Chrome finish.

Stainless steel bonnet and profile vents, tubular side steps, and rubber mud flaps provide ruggedness. Rostyle Inspired RS 20-inch forged alloy wheels with Cooper Discoverer A/T tires. Back there's a Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover and a twin-crosshair exhaust system with stainless steel pipes.

2015 Defender donor car has modern dashboard. The tuner installed a new billet brushed satin aluminum steering wheel, rubber floor mats, and a carpeted cargo area.

New navigation and a passenger-side handle are on the dashboard. A Chelsea Truck Company plate and tinted glass are applied.

The Defender's ladder-frame underpinnings remain unchanged. This version has a Ford Duratorq 2.2-liter diesel engine producing 120 horsepower and 360 Nm of torque. Six-speed manual with short shifter powers all four wheels.

The shown car costs £62,999 ($76,534) It has two previous owners and 14,200 miles (22,852 kilometres). For £35,000, Chelsea Truck Company will improve any Defender.