Land Rover Defender production came to an end last week after 68 years. Nutty Landy modders Kahn Design have marked the occasion with one last package of upgrades in the appropriately named ‘The End’ edition.

It starts life as a perfectly normal Defender 110 XS Station Wagon, to which Kahn adds “a wealth of rugged and luxurious amenities.” Most obvious is the ‘Chelsea Wide Track’ bodykit with boxy wheelarch extensions and power hump-adorned bonnet.

Add to that new bumpers with integrated lights, ‘X-Lander’ grille, all-LED lighting and 20in ‘Mondial’ wheels and The End looks… striking. Certainly not everyone’s taste – as are all Kahn Land Rovers – but it stands out.

Inside are deep bucket seats trimmed in leather and tweed. That carries through to rest of the interior, including the dash top. Kahn has also added new dials, LED lighting, pedals and steering wheel, plus satnav and a reversing camera.

A plug-and-play module extracts more power from the venerable 2.2 TDCi diesel, while the suspension has been lifted with uprated dampers.

Kahn hasn’t revealed how much a Defender The End costs, but we doubt there would be much change from ¬£70,000.

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By Only Motors