the land rover defender flying huntsman 6x6 concept by kahn design

the land rover defender flying huntsman 6x6 concept by kahn design

successfully combining a rugged aesthetic with luxury materials, british automotive fashion house, kahn design, stretches the classic off-roader to create the ‘flying huntsman’ 6×6. it remains a concept that is due to be presented at the geneva motor show, but the studio plans to produce this six-wheeled land rover, along with the possibility of a pickup model.

the land rover defender flying huntsman 6x6 concept by kahn design
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kahn design started by extending the bonnet by 400 mm and pulling the rear cabin by 800 mm, plus broadening the car by 150 mm. the styling package includes a bulkier front bumper, an aggressive grille, and the luxury off-roader is decorated with unique kahn badging. mechanically, it has added a third axle, and added a two front-wheel and four back-wheel configuration with matte black rims with massive all-terrain tires. the 6×6 is powered by a general motors 6.2-liter ‘LS3’ V8 to keep its rugged body moving, while an upgraded stainless steel exhaust system flows from the back.

the land rover defender flying huntsman 6x6 concept by kahn design


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