Land Rover is a standout name in the British car make industry. Long-lasting tradition and style, is distinguishable in every model since it’s first release in 1948. The Ferrvor Team has the insider look on one of the baddest modified models to be released. Kahn Design made some noise with their announcement of the Land Rover Defender Huntsman 6×6 Concept at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. This monster, Huntsman Concept is a coachbuilt special edition vehicle based on the classic, Land Rover Defender model.
What’s the Difference?
The Land Rover Defender Huntsman 6×6 Concept is set apart from the everyday models with the addition of six wheels powered by a 6.2 liter V8 engine with a respectable 430 hp, a 400mm extended hood, 1000m extended rear cabin and widened by 150mm. The body kit is formed from aluminum panels, with a completely redesigned front grill and bumper, giving off a monstrous, enforcer look. Trust us, nobody will want to mess with you when they see you on the road.
Sticking to Tradition
Just like the Land Rover Defender, the Land Rover Defender Huntsman 6×6 Concept is completely produced in the UK. And so being that the Defender is a respected and iconic model, Kahn Design pays homage to the tradition of this classic. The goal, according to Afzal Kahn, CEO and Creative Director of the Kah Group, is to “create something fashionable, iconic and revolutionary which carries on the spirit of the Defender.”
Hats off to the Kahn Design creative team who killed it with this redesigned look. Can’t wait to see this thing hit the roads.