Chelsea Truck Company jazzes up Land Rover Defender

    UK-based Chelsea Truck Company has revealed its take on the five-door Land Rover Defender 110.

    Published On Jun 08, 2020 06:00:00 AM


    • The Chelsea Truck Company First Edition uses the Defender 240D SE as a base
    • Exterior gets cosmetic updates
    • Interiors redone with new upholstery and additional equipment

    The Land Rover Defender might have just rolled out but its already got the custom treatment. UK’s Chelsea Truck Company has revealed an upgraded and restyled version of the new Defender 110 as the latest in a long line of modified Land Rovers from its Project Kahn tuning arm.

    Called the Defender 110 Chelsea Truck Company First Edition, the model is priced around £10,000 (approx. Rs 9.47 lakh) more than a factory-spec Defender First Edition – and features bespoke styling elements.

    Painted in Santorini Black as standard, the Chelsea Truck Company version sits atop a set of 22-inch RS forged alloy wheels and has tinted windows all round, while exterior trim elements – including the front grille, sump guard, rear bumper and lower door guards – are made of carbonfibre. An optional Triple Black package takes the dark theme one step further, with black wheels and trim elements.

    The brand’s Black Pack trim line is fitted as standard, bringing various interior upgrades from the Chelsea Truck Company’s Kahn parts arm and black quilted leather with contrasting silver stitching for all seven seats.

    In India, Land Rover has opened order books for the new Defender with deliveries set to start around September. The Defender 90 will range from Rs 69.99- 81.30 lakh while the larger 110 models will range from Rs 76.57- 86.27 lakh (ex-showroom, India).

    Also see:

    JLR updates online retail and service platforms

    Land Rover Defender to get range-topping V8 model

    2020 Land Rover Defender review, test drive

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