Kahn Design Working on Bespoke Aston Martin and Land Rover Defender

A. Kahn Design has made a name for itself creating outlandish Range Rovers with a plethora of interior and exterior modifications. Now however, the British design firm is set to be expanded with the launch of a new business set to create bespoke cars for special customers.

First off, Kahn Design is looking to launch a bespoke variant of the Land Rover Defender. This unique Defender will be dubbed the Flying Huntsman and feature a 400 mm longer bonnet than the standard Discovery. As a result, the car will have a completely different look to the standard Discovery we’ve come to know and love.

Kahn Design Working on Bespoke Aston Martin and Land Rover Defender

Under the hood, the Flying Huntsman will be powered by a 6.2-litre General Motors LS3 V8 engine delivering a brutal 550 hp. Mated to this potent powertrain will be a six-speed automatic transmission. As we speak, Kahn Design is working on a prototype at its factory.

Following the debut of this custom Land Rover Discovery, the firm will launch a custom two-seat roadster sports car inspired by the Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato albeit without a fixed roof. To create the car, Kahn has joined forces with Ant Anstead, the man behind the Evanta Motor Company, to create Ant-Kahn. The car will be built around a tubular steel chassis and be powered by the same 6.2-itre V8 as the Flying Huntsman albeit with slightly less power.

Kahn Design Working on Bespoke Aston Martin and Land Rover Defender

Further down the road, Ant-Kahn will reveal another special Aston Martin inspired model likely to be influenced heavily by the design of the latest Vanquish.

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