Land Rover Defender (Flying Huntsman) Tuned By Kahn Design

The British tuner company Kahn Design has messed a little bit with the Land Rover Defender and unveiled the new tuned version named the Flying Huntsman 105 Longnose. The difference between the modified version and the original Defender is that the tuned car has grown in size by 40 cm and its elongated hood is the first thing you notice.

Besides that, this Khan Design’s project comes with completely bespoke bodywork and flared wheel arches. The vents have been installed into the wider front and rear wings, while at the front end, the custom-made X-Lander grill is located. A fixed panoramic glass sunroof, a new spare wheel cover and LED headlights are only some of the tuned parts of the Flying Huntsman.

Under the massive hood lies a 2.2-liter TDCI engine that is paired with a six-speed automatic gearbox. Moreover, the exhaust, braking and suspension systems of the 105 Longnose have been tuned as well, and that is all when it comes to mechanical upgrades.

The cabin of this custom car has also been changed, and there are some really cool parts inside. For example, the Flying Huntsman 105 Longnose comes with bespoke front, and rear seats and new grab handles, whereas the passenger knee protectors, that are rarely seen on a car, are done in Almandine leather with some wool inserts.


The starting price of this creation by Khan Design is £89,995 in the UK or $112,376 across the pond. You can see the photos of the Flying Huntsman below and please state your opinion in the comment section because we are curious to find out what you think about this custom-made Defender.