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2010 Land Rover Defender by Aznom

You might be familiar with the Italian tuner Aznom from the 500C Sassicaia unveiled this past April, but after the small 500C, Aznom turned their attention to a larger SUV - the Land Rover Defender .

The Aznom Defender comes in a combination of two colors: black and white opaque matte metallic. It features new carbon fiber bumpers in the front and rear, red calipers and moldings, and polished wheels. The interior gets decked out in leather, suede, alcantara, and carbon fiber. The bucket seats are covered in orange leather and gray suede. The steering wheel and center console are exquisite in carbon fiber and the the rest if the interior is highlighted by orange leather accents. Also thanks to the collaboration of Romeo Ferraris, the 2.4 TD4 engine’s output has been changed from 122 to 152 hp and an extra 75 Nm of torque has been added.

Pricing has yet to be announced, but we’ll get back to you as soon as it does.


5 comments:

I like the raw simplicity of it. I don’t like Land Rover price or features. The Koreans could built this and sell it for $16K. How about it?

What’s the point of fitting those sporty seats in this car! btw the modification is useless and pointless for a car like this

one of the most iconic suv in the world.. did you know that i could take up to 15-20 years for the Defender to have a major parts replacements and repairs? impressive does it?.

I would settle for just being able to get a stock defender in the US for a decent price.

I would settle for just being able to get a stock defender in the US for a decent price.

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