Kahn will soon proceed to modify the new Land Rover Defender, but in the meantime, they have tuned yet another previous-gen example and named it the End Edition.
A fine piece of automotive work, the pickup bears the British tuner’s signature design, with bolt-on fender extensions, new stainless steel front bumper with integrated lights, tweaked bonnet, tubular side steps for improved ingress and egress, side vents, roof lights, rear mud flaps and spare wheel cover in the open bed.
The Mondial Retro 20-inch wheels, shod in Cooper AT/3 tires, and twin crosshair exhausts with 100 mm (4 in) tailpipes round out the exterior changes. This six-year old Defender also features an upgraded interior. The front GTB bucket seats with heating, rear seats, parts of the dashboard and 3-spoke steering wheel, with billet brushed satin aluminum, are wrapped in brown quilted and perforated leather. It also features machined aluminum vented pedals, chunky rubber floor mats, rear boot mat, custom interior badge and boot sill plate.
While we’ve gotten used to seeing older Defenders with big GM engines, this one has a 2.2-liter diesel with 122 brake horsepower, coupled to a manual transmission. It has 27,000 miles (43,452 km) on the clock, two previous owners and was built in 2015, and it is for sale, with Kahn listing it with a buy-it-now price of £64,999 ($91,246). It’s also in right-hand drive, and if you want to check out the ad, you may do so here.