Venerable is the word for Land Rover Defender. One of the finest machines ever made to cross raging rivers, mighty peaks and frigid tundra, this SUV is one of the most loveable cars. However, compared to the luxurious looks adorned by its counterparts such as Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen and the Toyota Land Cruiser, nothing much has changed for Defender, the 20th century amateur sleuth, which continues to maintain its vanilla look.
The Italian coachbuilder Aznom and Romeo Ferraris joined hands to change just that to beacon the arrival of new customized Defender into the 21st century. The Aznom Land Rover Defender is a reinterpretation of the classic off-roader now provided with carbon-fiber bumpers. The interior has received two front bucket seats covered in orange leather and gray suede, a carbon fiber steering wheel and center console. The rear seats, dashboard and door panels have also received orange leather accents. The Aznom Land Rover Defender is powered by the standard engine 2.4-liter turbo diesel engine bringing output up from 122 horsepower to 152.