Kahn Design will reveal a one-off Land Rover Defender Ultimate at the London Motor Show after being commissioned by the show organisers to create the Land Rover tribute.
Marking the end of Land Rover production earlier this year, the Kahn tribute is said to show off the Defender’s iconic features but also have a contemporary feel.
The teaser images suggests a silver car with Land Rover green detailing, a brace of LED spotlights and a monster set of chunky-tyre’d wheels.
It’s to wear Kahn’s Chelsea Truck Company Wide Track body kit and will have a tailored one-off interior: fitted with custom-made components throughout, Afzal Kahn promises it will be a fitting tribute to the long-running Land Rover.
Kahn will also show its first supercar, the Vengeance. First shown at the Geneva Motor Show, the Aston Martin DB9-based model is inspired by Aston’s brutish cars of the 1980s and 1990s and “is the conclusion of Mr. Kahn’s lifelong pursuit to design the car he has always wanted to drive”.
“The show will be an opportunity to shine the spotlight on one of the most amazing industries that we have in this country,” said Kahn.
“This is a very important development and it is only right that visitors will be able to view the remarkable success first hand.”