UK-based tuner Kahn Design has recently finished working on a Land Rover Defender, this time based on the Defender 110 in the double cab pick up body style.

UK-based tuner Kahn Design has recently finished working on a Land Rover Defender, this time based on the Defender 110 in the double cab pick up body style.

This right-hand drive vehicle was built in 2013 and has been driven for 32,000 miles (51,500 km) and now it's up for grabs with a number of enhancements both inside and out. Kahn Design is asking £32,875 for this unique exemplary painted in Aintree Green and equipped with stainless steel mesh for the side vents. Up front it gets a new bumper with built-in daytime running lights, X-Lander grille, stainless steel hood while the headlights have received a shadow chrome look.

Moving on to the car's side profile, we notice the extended wheel arches with exposed bolt apertures along with 20-inch Mondial alloy wheels finished in Volcanic Black and wrapped around in 275/55/20 tires. Kahn Design has also installed beefier mud flaps and a custom spare wheel cover while the 2.2 4-cylinder TDCi engine has been left untouched so it produces the same 122 PS & 360 Nm.

Stepping inside the cabin, the Land Rover Defender Double Cab Pick Up has the tuner's Sports GTB seats wrapped around in quilted and perforated black leather, along with heavy-duty floor mats, leather-covered steering wheel and instrument binnacle, machined aluminum drilled pedals and numerous leather applications on top of the dashboard, grab handle and on the center glove box.

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Kahn Design shows off their modified Land Rover Defender Double Cab Pick Up