Kahn Design has prepared another custom version of the Defender, this time featuring Harris Tweed fabric inserts.
It is the only fabric in the world governed by its own Act of Parliament and it has found its way in this Defender. The “champagne of fabrics” has been hand-woven by using pure virgin wool, while the bespoke interior also has a piano black wood center dash surround, red rev counter, machined aluminum pedals, red seat belts, along with front and rear racing seats in black quilted leather with Harris Tweed inserts. Adorning the cabin is the Nappa leather and grey Alcantara with silver and red contrasting stitching.
On the outside it gets a wide body kit with extended wheel arches, vented headlight surrounds, stainless steel front grille, LED headlights, clear front and rear light lenses and 18-inch 1983 Defender alloy wheels.
Full details are available in the following press release.