The Chelsea Truck Company London Motor Show Edition Defender 90 features a range of stylish interior and exterior upgrades.
The vehicle was on display for all to see at the Billing Land Rover Fest, which ran from Friday the 29th of July at Northampton's Billing Aquadrome to Sunday the 31st.
This Santorini Black model features a specially designed front bumper with Tron lighting and a Satin Black sump guard that is fitted alongside the X Lander front grille, mesh hood vents and a Chelsea Truck Company spare wheel cover.
Front and rear Satin Black wide wings with body coloured arches, integrated vents and exposed bolt apertures will grasp the attention of the most discerning of individuals.
Below the body work a set of 9" x 20" Mondial wheels in Volcanic Black with 275/55/20 tyres, burnt Orange Metallic brake calipers, a twin cross-hair exhaust system and hard-wearing mud flaps serve to improve the aesthetics of the vehicle.
Luxurious Hield fabric emanates an unmistakable touch of elegance, showcasing just why Queen Elizabeth the II's custom Bentley State Limousine was upholstered by Hield.
Sections of the exterior match the much coveted Hield interior fabric which has been incorporated into the front GTB and rear folding seats, ensuring this is the first and only Defender of its kind, a true collector's item that is extremely rare.
A hand trimmed centre glove box, passenger dashboard, top handles, door panels, instrument binnacle, front door cards and an unmistakable rev counter designed specifically to commemorate the London Motor Show edition makes this luxury SUV so different and appealing.
Additional interior upgrades include a Churchill time clock, billet and leather steering wheel, 4 speed auto gear box and vented machined aluminium foot pedals, whilst an upgraded satellite navigation system and a reverse camera make up the technological improvements.
The Chelsea Truck Company has taken steps to prolong the legend that is the Defender. Production of the London Motor Show Edition Defender 90, is limited to one unit only, with the company promising the buyer, that after experiencing the vehicle, for which they paid £79,995, they now own a piece of automotive history, a true collector’s item.