Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Project Kahn Recreates Land Rover's Frankfurt-Bound Defender DC100 Concept

While Land Rover will be testing the design waters for the next generation of the iconic Defender with its DC100 Concept in Frankfurt, British tuning firm Project Kahn is already imagining ways of enhancing and personalizing the potential replacement for the automaker's most famous model through some photoshop wizardry.

Project Kahn dreamed up four different variants of the DC100, the first of which simply features a white paint job along with the tuning firm's trademark multispoke alloy wheels finished in black.

The second DC100 proposal builds upon the first adding a deep orange hue for the roof and some body trims parts such as the mirrors and front panel air vents, plus roof rails that lug a surfboard.

The British tuner's third take includes a two-tone color theme along with the addition of alloy wheels, roof rails and the relocation of the spare tire from the rear hatch to the roof.

Last but least, is the most intriguing project of the four, a military themed DC100 with a small pickup truck bed.

Check them all out in our gallery below and tell us what you think in the comments area.



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