British tuning agency and budding coachbuilder Kahn Design is
well-known for its modifications for the Land Rover Defender. The
firm’s even gone so far as growing a
V-Eight-powered, six-wheel-drive Defender pickup.
However with Land Rover
ending Defender manufacturing final 12 months, Kahn Design has
determined to dabble an increasing number of with one other off-roading icon:
the Mercedes-Benz G-Class.
What you’re right here is the Hammer Version, the primary
G-Class-based providing from Chelsea Truck Firm.
Chelsea Truck Firm is the coachbuilding arm of Kahn Design
centered solely on SUVs. It’s been churning out autos primarily based
on the Land Rover Defender and Jeep Wrangler for quite a few
years and extra lately has been engaged on the G-Class.
2017 Chelsea Truck Firm Hammer Version Mercedes-AMG G63
“The Chelsea Truck Firm is well-known for it’s for iconic
off-road autos,” Kahn Design CEO and founder Afzal Kahn stated
in an announcement. “We’ve labored with the British Land Rover
Defender, the American Jeep Wrangler, and now we’re including a
traditional German design.”
The Hammer Version conversion could be utilized to both a
commonplace G-Class or the stronger G63 from Mercedes-AMG.
Among the many upgrades are new bumpers, pumped fenders, a brand new
grille, and a roof-mounted rear wing. The designers additionally added
22-inch wheels and a suspension carry equipment to offer the car a
extra imposing stance.
Inside, customized leather-based trim and polished metallic accents present
an expensive distinction to the rugged strains of the outside. If
black leather-based isn’t your factor, Kahn Design affords a variety
of colours and materials.
Word, the corporate’s modifications are additionally obtainable