The Santorini Black Land Rover Defender 2.2 TDCI XS 110 (7 Seater) Chelsea Wide Track may look rugged and stylish from the outside, but passengers are treated to all kinds of high-end, custom-tailored luxuries inside…
The Chelsea Truck Company has taken the Land Rover Defender to the next level and added a touch of luxury with the new Land Rover Defender 2.2 TDCI XS 110 Double Cab Pick Up Chelsea..
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..
Taking place at The Great British Land Rover Show at Donnington Park on Sunday the 26th of April, stand A8, the Flying Huntsman 105 Pick Up adds a little over 15 inches to the standard..
The Chelsea Truck Company has unveiled the Land Rover Defender 2 TDCI 90 (LHD) – Chelsea Wide Track kit – underlining the SUV’s capabilities while also adding a resplendent touch. The new face and muscular stance..
London, 30 March 2015: British designer, Sir Paul Smith has collaborated with Land Rover to create a bespoke Defender, which was revealed today at the designer’s shop at No. 9 Albemarle Street in Mayfair. A..
The latest Land Rover Defender produced by The Chelsea Truck Company is nothing short of exceptional. The new Keswick Green Land Rover Defender 2.4 TDCI 90 Pick Up Chelsea Wide Track sets itself apart from virtually..
Geneva, 8 March 2015: Kahn Design has unveiled the new coach-built Land Rover Defender model under its Huntsman brand: the Land Rover Defender Flying Huntsman 110 WB 6×6 Concept at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show…
Bradford, 23 February 2015: The Chelsea Truck Company’s latest upgrade programme for the Defender XS 110 is nothing short of stunning. The self-assured, modern design adds to the classy character of the Barolo Black 7..
Whitley, 9 February 2015: Jaguar Land Rover has announced its line-up of vehicles set to feature in SPECTRE, the 24th James Bond adventure, from Albert R. Broccoli’s EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, and Sony Pictures Entertainment…
The Land Rover Defender 2.4 TDCI XS 110 Double Cab Pick Up – Chelsea Wide Track is arguably one of the coolest-looking 4×4’s out there. One of the toughest and most capable luxury vehicles you..
Kahn Design has announced the release of a new coach built Land Rover Defender named the Flying Huntsman 105 Longnose. The new Defender has an extra 400mm of bodywork inserted into the elongated nose cone,..
The team at the Chelsea Truck Company has unveiled the latest model of the Land Rover Defender – Chelsea Wide Track. Emphasising the SUV’s capabilities whilst also adding a luxurious touch, we are talking about..
The Chelsea Truck Company Land Rover Defender SVX is for those who like to drive in a suitably presidential manner. Cue the ambassadorial Chelsea Truck Company Land Rover Defender SVX Edition. From painstaking conceptual planning,..
Incorporating a striking front X-Lander grille; allied to the Kahn Design Defender 2.2 TDCI SW 90 – Chelsea Wide Track’s signature wide arch kit and designed to slot in perfectly with the factory mounting points..
The look of the Nara Bronze XS 110 Chelsea Wide Track is complimented by a multitude of additions that include a front bumper including bumper lighting, front and rear wheel wide wheel arches and wings..
The A. Kahn Design Defender 2.2 TDCI SW 90 – Chelsea Wide Track is the must have Defender for the fashion conscious individual. Characterised by a combination of fine detailing, diverse design, cutting-edge technology and..
The Chelsea Widetrack Defender is already established as a market leading style icon, so it is difficult for the casual observer to see how the Chelsea Truck Company (CTC) could improve on this winning formula…
A. Kahn Design, the company behind the design development of the successful Chelsea Wide track series, has taken the established concept and lit the blue touch paper. When you take Kahn Design’s sublime style and..
Defender has always been one of the world’s toughest and most relentless go-anywhere vehicles. That ‘anywhere’ would traditionally have been vertical mountainsides and searing desertscapes, rather than elite cultural events and tree-lined boulevards. But that..