British design house Kahn has presented a new take on the original Land Rover Defender under the guise of the Chelsea Truck Company, which is one of Kahn's sub-brands for off-road vehicles.
Aptly named the XS 90, the revamped three-door Defender is finished in an Orkney Grey color with contrasting satin black details that include the mesh headlamp and front grille protectors, side steps, bumpers, mirror caps and the Kahn design 18-inch alloy wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich tires.
A lot more work went into the interior that was refashioned from top to bottom sporting front and rear racing car seats in quilted red leather and contrast stitching, with the same material also used on the door panels, the padded armrest, gear lever, roof lining, sun visors and sections of the dashboard.
The steering wheel rim is dressed in grey Alcantara while Kahn added a red fascia to the speedometer and rev counter.
There are no upgrades under the hood with the XS 90 offered with the stock 2.2-liter turbo diesel rated at 120hp (122PS) and 265 lb-ft (360Nm), coupled to a six-speed manual transmission.