1 of many prototypes to be built, the vehicle conveys coach-built excellence, with over 15 inches added to the standard 90-inch wheelbase, giving the vehicle a unique look. In addition, the front has been lengthened by 400mm and the width by 150mm.
Based on the Defender 90 pickup, both the suspension and brakes were completely overhauled, with the introduction of a 6 speed automatic gearbox and cubby box in leather also proving to be a contributing factor in terms of a better ride and overall performance.
The vehicle also features front and rear wide wings with vents and bolt apertures, extended wheel arches, bonnet release cable, front bumper replacement including bumper lights and sump guard in stainless steel, shadow chrome headlamps, front bumper replacement with bumper lights, bonnet and side vents with mesh stainless steel, side steps, X-Lander front grille, 8″ x 18″ Defend 1945 Retro Wheels in Matt Black with an appealing gold stripe and CTC semi-rigid wheel cover.
The interior is clad in leather from the GTB Sports seats in Artico to the roof headlining, custom centre console, dashboard, grab handles, door panels, instrument binnacle, headliner, and sun visors.
A new Churchill clock sits proudly at the front whilst a new rev counter facia stares at the driver through the 3 spoke Kahn billet steering wheel. In addition, new vented machined aluminium foot pedals and rubber mud flaps provide drivers with a better grip and feel.
Please be advised, discerning customers are free to design their own Pick Up model with the featured upgrades in a variety of colours and finishes, trims, and more.
Additional members of the coach built division include a Flying Huntsman105 Longnose and 110 WB 6×6 concepts, both of which were revealed to the public at Geneva to much acclaim.
Priced at £58 875 (Rs. 58.78 lakhs) + VAT, the Flying Huntsman 105 Pick Up represents exceptional value for money.