Earlier this year, the final Land Rover Defender rolled off the factory line, and now legendary British tuners Kahn Automobiles have given the Landie a final, blinged-out send off.
Fittingly called The End Edition, the tuner’s eulogy to the Defender is based around Kahn’s widebody kit, adorning the vehicle with wider wings that sport integrated vents and exposed bolts.
The End Edition Defender also gets a new front bumper with integrated lighting and a sump guard, along with a rather mean looking X-Lander front grille and mesh vents on the bonnet.
Widebody kit, Mondial wheels
Kahn has also outfitted it with a massive set of 20-inch Mondial wheels with a Volcanic Black finish stuffed under the wheel arches, along with painted brake callipers and raised suspension.
Towards the rear, The End Edition gets a Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover and a twin cross-hair exhaust system, plus hard-wearing mud flaps to enhance its off-road performance.
Under the bonnet, the Kahn Defender receives a power upgrade for its 2.2-litre turbodiesel engine, boosting both power and economy, although Kahn doesn’t specify by exactly how much.
Inside, The End Edition gets a pair of front bucket seats upholstered with diamond-quilted leather and Harris Tweed inserts, along with tweed trimmings on the grab handles.
A Churchill clock, leather-wrapped steering wheel and drilled aluminium pedals also feature, while a centrally-located glove box and sun visors round off the extensive list of interior additions.
Only 25 models will be built, and the Kahn End Edition Defender is available to order now, with prices starting from the appropriately princely sum of £49,999.