What happens when an Italian design house takes on the Defender? Orange leather, carbon fiber, custom paint and a whole lotta looks!
Italian design house Aznom has recently released the first images and initial details of their latest project, the Aznom Land Rover Defender. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, Aznom - an Italian coachbuilder known for its innovative Mini conversions – has had a go at the Defender and, well, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Essentially, Aznom combined the boxy style of the iconic English brute, then added a bit of luxury with a splash of modern technology. And why not? The Defender was made to be customized.
Aznom tricked out this vehicle with custom touches, from the carbon-fiber bumpers to the light brown leather and Alcantara interior. Then tuning house Romeo Ferraris was brought in to get the most out of the 2.4-liter turbo-diesel inline-four engine, bringing output up from 122 horsepower to 152. The Aznom Land Rover Defender sits on new alloy black rims and Kumho tires which are accented by the custom paint job.
Now, the interior also underwent some major modifications. Can you imagine orange leather in a Land Rover?! It’s got two front bucket seats covered in orange leather and gray suede, a carbon fiber steering wheel and center console. The rear seats, dashboard and door panels also sport orange leather accents.
Like I said… beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
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