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Crass wide carbon body on the Land Rover Defender

Crass wide carbon body on the Land Rover Defender

This Defender is not for those who like simplicity. Tuner Carlex Design has pimped the Landy with a heavy carbon wide body and bucket seats. Price: crisp.

NUsually a Land Rover Defender is made for tough off-road adventures. After a cure from Carlex Design, it belongs in front of the casino. The conversion kit called “Racing Green Edition” turns the Landy into a carbon-brimming wide-body bolide with an interior that has nothing to do with mud and mud. (Click here for the Mercedes X-Class “Racing Green Edition” from Carlex Design!)

They immediately catch the eye mighty fenders. They are made of carbon fiber and appear to be modeled on the Mini JCW GP. The bonnet inserts, the side mirrors and part of the spare wheel cover are also made of carbon fiber. The eponymous paint was processed by hand so that its Surface like brushed aluminum looks like. In combination with the rally stripes and the whitewall tires, this should be reminiscent of classic British racing cars.

Complete vehicle costs at least 85,000 euros

Carlex Design Land Rover Defender Racing Green Edition

New rims and numerous logos are also part of the Carlex refinement program.

© CARLEX DESIGN UL.

It gets really classy in the interior. Before going to the four armchairs resembling a bucket seat yells: There was something similar with various special models of the predecessor. Otherwise, the Carlex interior has nothing to do with that. The refiner has covered almost the entire cockpit with green and cognac-colored leather. The Series steering wheel got a new wreath with perforated leather and green lacquer. A large decorative panel made of carbon extends over the dashboard. In order to cement the special status, each Racing Green Defender receives a plaque with consecutive numbering.

Carlex Design Land Rover Defender Racing Green Edition

The original armchairs have been re-upholstered and shaped and look a lot like a bucket seat.

© CARLEX DESIGN UL.

Complete vehicles start at 85,000 euros net. But even for a series Defender you can lay down a lot more. (Land Rover Defender at carwow.de with savings of up to 11,569 euros!) Depending on the additional equipment, the Carlex price should easily break the 100,000 euro limit. Used Defenders with a guarantee start at around 55,000 euros on the AUTO BILD used car market.

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