chelsea truck company unveils 'muscular' adaptation of land rover defender 110 edition
 

chelsea truck company unveils 'muscular' adaptation of land rover defender 110 edition

chelsea truck company, who specialise in redesigning mass-produced vehicles to build tailor-made creations, presents their adaptation of the land rover defender 110 edition. in forrest green, the ‘high-impact’ interpretation intends to be at home in both urban and off-road environments. available for £55,999.00, the latest edition includes a new x-lander front grille and luxurious interiors.

all images courtesy of kahn design

 

 

the specification of this land rover boasts a long list of features that have been tailor-made and precisely engineered by chelsea truck company. the suspension has been lifted giving it excellent ground clearance, grip levels and good axle articulation. road handling, comfort and stability has also been improved thanks to correctly matched coil springs and shocks.

 

 

the front fascia of the 110 edition has been significantly altered with the addition of a new x-lander front grille. both the front and rear wheel arches extend outwards for a muscular look, while a new bumper with integrated lighting, LED diamond bright headlights, bumper sump guard, mesh hood vents to help cool the engine are notable additions.

 

 

the land rover has been redesigned with chelsea truck company’s own kahn wheels. created using state of the art manufacturing and material technology, the mondial retro volcanic black wheels are available in 9 x 20” fitment and fit all original centre caps. with simple clean lines, soft organic surfaces on the edge of the spoke and a purposeful mechanical centre, mondial wheels intend to exude elegance and innovation. furthermore, a crosshair exhaust system and 275x55x20” cooper discoverer all terrain tyres makes the vehicle stand out from the crowd.

 

 

inside, the luxurious interior contrasts with the vehicles rugged external appearance. re-upholstered quilted and perforated front GTB seats, re-upholstered in herringbone leather along with rear folding seats, trimmed to match. the interior also features door armrests, centre glovebox, door entry sill plates, vented foot pedals in machined aluminium. you can see the full specification from chelsea truck company here

 

 

product info:

 

model: land rover defender 110 edition

brand: land rover

adaptation: chelsea truck company

  • This’ the best innovation of a modern Landrover defender 110 to date. I’d thought Landrover trademark could’ve adopted integration of this Calibre to maintain authenticity & promote modernization. In my view they failed big time. This Landrover Defender protege here is so so very perfect. I hope they can carbon-copy

    Isaac Smith says:
  • My dream truck since I was a toddler remember the smell in the new land rovers driven by my dad that were from the forestry departments so powerful and some are still around I lived in Belize a place not shy of British heritage one day I will buy one strong and powerful land rovers highly recommend people if u have the cash buy one it’s well worth it. God bless the world.

    javier requena says:
  • Too sporty wheel rims/hubs…should be the more iconic typical Landy ones yet reasonably wide …

    Robert Curmi says:
  • This looks so awesome, the colour is perfect and hopefully there is also an option of an upgraded engine ? I had a TD5 110 at one time with 33 inch mud terrain tyres and I just fell in love with the Defender but had to sell it,but this new look I’m going to have one again soon,it’s awesome

    Shane says:
  • Is it available in left side driver for United States? Thanks.

    David A Maylor says:
  • The chelsea edition is a bomb,very beautiful yet simple mods,I’ve loved the 110since I was young,im now 43,id love to own one in this lifetime

    Henry says:
  • When you say “green high-impact” you mean “high green impact”, right? How is it possible that you advertise the kind of products that are still shocking the world as the most polluting industry remains seemingly deaf & blind to what’s going on environmentally? Cities don’t need individuals in trucks, generating traffic jams & pollution, and the car industry needs to seriously consider really going green (and I’m not talking about paint)

    andoni says:
  • Come on guys this is the 21st century.Why not electrify?

    e.l.Simmins says:
  • Come on guys this is the 21st century, nail the coffin on ICE’s and go EV……

    e.l.Simmins says:

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