Kahn Design, a subsidiary of the Chelsea Truck Company in the United Kingdom, has taken the covers off two custom packages for the Land Rover Defender 110 D240.

Both the Triple Black and First Edition models receive visual alterations inside and out.

The Triple Black pack features a subtle restyle, using Santorini Black as the prime colour for the scheme. Carbon-fibre has been used on the front grille, sump guard, rear bumper and lower door guards, while black tints on the windows add to the dark theme.

A set of 22-inch RS Forged alloy wheels are included but the car shown here wears 23-inch RS-2 Light Design items in black. In the cabin, the Defender has had all seven of its seats reupholstered in quilted-and-perforated leather, complete with silver contrast stitching.

Kahn Design’s First Edition model incorporates the same methods of customisation, but the carbon-fibre pieces and surface of the alloy wheels are finished in silver, to contrast with the black paint. The display car you see here sits on a set of 23-inch Pace Car alloy wheels.

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