Land Rover Defender is one of the most iconic cars in the history of automobiles. Widely praised for its durability, ruggedness, and the off-road abilities, Defender started its life as Land Rover 110 (and 90 for a three-door version) in 1983. The vehicle was quickly adopted by militaries around the world and was selected as the new Desert Patrol Vehicle (DPV) for the SAS. In that role, 110 inherited the legendary Pink Panthers, Land Rover 109 painted in the desert pink camouflage.
To this day, Land Rover Defender is considered one of the most dependable off-road vehicles ever created and Chelsea Truck Company is honoring it with its Land Rover Defender 110 End Edition. With the new 2020 Defender, updated to comply with Euro NCAP regulations, this was the last chance for the older models to be customized and Afzal Kahn jumped at the opportunity.
Clad in Military Black livery and recognizable Chelsea Truck styling, Land Rover Defender 110 End Edition pays homage to the countless Defenders used to scale impassable mountains and treacherous deserts all over the globe. The color scheme is the main difference between the End Edition and the previous Defender 110 Chelsea Truck Company modified.
The car sits comfortably on 20-inch five-spoke Mondial retro wheels in Volcanic Black, fitted with massive 275×55 Cooper Discoverer tires. The other elements, like the crosshair twin exhaust, X-Lander front grille, and Chelsea spare wheel cover, are also from the older model.
The interior features Churchill time clock, sill plates on every door, aluminum and black leather steering wheel, and aluminum foot pedals. Front seats are Sports GTB and come with heaters. All sites, including middle and rear folding ones, are in done quilted and perforated leather, just like the center glove box.
The exterior of the car is done in Santorini Black and comes with extended wheel arches. The front bumper is new and has incorporated lights and stainless steel slump guard, preventing corrosion from ruining the beautiful finish.
Chelsea Truck Company has announced that the Land Rover Defender 110 End Edition will cost the same as the old model, £59,999. This is the price for the base model, however, and additional bells and whistles will cost you more.