Yet again, we’ve got a project from Kahn Design for our fans. And this time the fabled tuner has done some modifications to a Land Rover Defender, adding an array of Harris Tweed fabric inserts. Where do you think the balance inclines towards? Is it exquisite or just plain bonkers?
Harris Tweed fabric is the only fabric governed by its own Act of Parliament. It involves using hand weaving alongside decent amounts of pure virgin wool. Inside, the car has received an exquisite garnish of piano black tones on the wooden center dash surround alongside machined aluminum pedals, red seat belts, front and rear racing seats upholstered in black quilted leather with Harris Tweed inserts and a red rev counter. The interior picture is completed by grey Alcantara and Nappa leather with red and silver contrasting stitching.
As for the SUV’s exterior, it was gifted with a staggering body kit with vented headlight surrounds, stainless steel front grille, LED headlights, clear rear and front light lenses, a set of 1983 Defender alloy wheels measuring 18 inches in diameter and extended wheel arches.