Startech is consistently responsible for developing some the craziest and most outlandish tuned Land Rover models. Now the tuner has revealed its Land Rover Defender Sixty8 designed to send off the outgoing Defender in style.
Startech’s Land Rover Defender is based around the 110 Station Wagon and features a plethora of bespoke components to distinguish it from the standard car. Starting at the front, it consists of an entirely unique fascia with a silver lower skid plate, black bull bar as well as an interesting front grille design.
Elsewhere, the Defender Sixty8 by Startech features flared wheel arches, a custom set of 18-inch Monostar D alloy wheels, BF Goodrich off-road tyres as well as tinted windows. In the cabin, the car includes heated front seats, a custom aluminium gear knob, sports steering wheel and Tan Light Brown / Ebony Black premium leather upholstery. Also present is an Alpine infotainment system with GPS navigation and a rearview camera as well as diamond quilting across the seats.
Powering the car is a small 2.2-litre turbodiesel delivering just 120 hp and 265 lb-ft of torque.