Chelsea Truck Company has decided to pay its respects to Land Rover’s iconic Defender by rolling out an “End Edition” to coincide with the off-roader’s demise.

Chelsea Truck Company has decided to pay its respects to Land Rover’s iconic Defender by rolling out an “End Edition” to coincide with the off-roader’s demise.

After Overfinch sang the Defender’s swan song late last year, the Chelsea Truck Company is doing the same thing with a 2.2 TDCI XS 110 Station Wagon. The tuner is no stranger to modifying Defenders taking into account the company is actually a spinoff of Kahn Design, a popular Defender aftermarket specialist.

Work started on the body which has gained a new X-Lander front grille, custom bumper with integrated lights, and hood vents to provide additional cooling to the engine. Wider front and rear wings make the Defender appear more muscular when viewed from the side and the 20-inchs satin black Mondial wheels blend nicely with the rest of the changes.

Chelsea Truck Company didn’t stop here as it also installed a twin crosshair exhaust system matched with an upgraded engine that also has better fuel economy compared to the standard setup. Rounding off the list of tweaks are the uprated gas shocks, steering damper, along with a set of heavy-duty mud flaps.

Stepping inside the cabin, the tuner installed GTB seats on all rows and applied quilted and perforated leather upholstery. The same finish can also be seen on the headliner, door panels, dashboard, center glove box, as well as the sun visors and on the grab handles.

The comprehensive package is completed by tweaked instrument cluster dials, a Churchill time clock, special sill plates, LED interior lighting, along with Kahn Design’s billet steering wheel and machined aluminum foot pedals.

As a final note, we remind you Land Rover ceased production of the Defender a few days ago after the model was assembled without interruption for an amazing 68 years.

Source: Chelsea Truck Company

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