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The Most Exciting Cars of 2020

by Ronald DiMaggio and Christina Perry, TRED

2019 proved to be an exciting year for car enthusiasts: we saw a revival of the iconic Toyota Supra, a redesigned Porsche 911 and BMW 3 Series, and a brand new McLaren hypercar in the Senna. Those were all properly exciting, but with the new year well underway, I think it’s only appropriate to start looking forward [insert cheesy 2020 vision joke], so in this article we’ll be taking a look at some of the more important cars set to come out in 2020. This list is not exhaustive, though it includes all the cars that we expect to make a big splash in the industry.           

2021 BMW M3                   

BMW is set to reveal its all new M3 sedan, based on the existing G20 3 series later this year (with sales starting early 2021.) Spy photos and renderings (like the one above) have fans of the brand on the edge of their seats. This is mostly because spy photos have indicated that the 2021 M3 may follow in the 7 series’ footsteps with an absolutely ​massive ​grille that extends from the hood all the way down to the front lip. Yikes. Less worrying, however, is what will be hiding behind that grille, a stronger and doubly turbocharged version of the existing B58 inline six, dubbed the S58. The new M3 will also be the first one ever to offer all-wheel drive. We can be sure that it will drive well, as all M3s do, but here’s hoping it looks okay…               

2021 Ford Bronco                   

Ford is set to debut its new Bronco in spring of this year, and intel so far is pointing toward it being exactly what we expect out of a vehicle wearing a Bronco badge: a boxy, rugged, body-on-frame SUV. As we saw with the recent Supra unveil, bringing back an icon after decades of dormancy is a risky proposition, but it appears that Ford is doing it right.   

2021 Ford Mustang Mach E                                   

Another exciting vehicle from Dearborn is the new Mustang Mach E crossover. Slated for delivery in late 2020, the Mustang Mach E is Ford’s first full-fledged foray into the all-electric segment. It looks good, it will be quick, and it seems to be at least somewhat reasonably priced, though I do have one small gripe with the Mustang Mach E. Did they ​have ​to call it a Mustang? I’m not one to get hung up on the mostly arbitrary sanctity of model names, but this is a bit ridiculous. Aside from styling cues, this vehicle has absolutely nothing in common with the traditional Mustang, and I think it’s something of an affront to the Mustang heritage.                   

2020 Tesla Model Y                           

Tesla is planning to start deliveries of their new crossover, the Model Y, in the summer of this year. The Model Y, as all Teslas are, will be an important car because it will assuredly disrupt sales of its gas-powered competitors in a big way. Tesla’s entrance into a more reasonable price bracket with the Model 3 made quite a splash in the sedan segment, and we can expect the Model Y to do the same in the increasingly hot crossover market.               

2021 Tesla Roadster                       

Another Tesla sure to shake things up, though at a much bigger cost, is the upcoming Roadster. Set to go on sale after the Model Y, the Roadster is a $200,000+ supercar with quite a few big claims to support. Tesla has claimed that the Roadster will do 0-60mph in ​under two seconds​, and will be able to reach speeds in excess of 250mph with seating for four. If it’s as potent as Tesla says it will be, I’m sure Lamborghini, Ferrari and McLaren will be sweating once it hits the streets; though I’m sure those brands have at least a small fanbase unwilling to switch to a supercar that doesn’t make any noise.

2020 Chevrolet Corvette                           

We already know quite a bit about the new C8 Corvette, but since it hasn’t technically hit the streets yet, it still belongs on this list. The C8 is Chevrolet’s first mid-engined Corvette and it marks the biggest transformation of the iconic sports car since its inception in the 1950s. It is still very much a Corvette though, with pushrod V8 power, two seats, and two doors. Dealers are preparing to make deliveries as early as next month, and I can’t wait to see them on the road.               

2021 Mercedes Benz S-Class                   

Representing for the luxury sedan category on our list is the all new 2021 Mercedes Benz S-Class, set to be available for purchase later this year. The S-Class is a staple of the Mercedes brand, but more importantly, it’s a technological leader in the industry. Mercedes tends to debut lots of new tech in their flagship sedan, and other manufacturers often follow suit. With this in mind, the new S-Class is sure to bring with it many new innovations, and induce lots of innovative ripples throughout the industry. 

2021 Land Rover Defender

Arguably the quintessential British 4×4, the Defender has been absent from the US since 1997, because its lack of airbags (and Land Rover’s refusal to engineer their addition) failed to comply with US safety standards. The used market for the Defenders that had already made it stateside has been hot since then, and there was no hint of any new iterations of that classic Landy recently. 

And now, the Defender’s return is imminent. It has a lot of modern updates, but it still retains a fair amount of the rugged, utilitarian styling that gave the original its charm.

2020 Lotus Evija

In the awesome but unobtanium category (for most of us), Lotus is bringing out one of the sexiest, most exciting hypercars we’ve seen in a long time. And… it’s electric. In fact, exciting is sort of an understatement. It’s the most powerful electric car ever, with nearly 2,000 horsepower and a top speed of over 200 miles per hour. Oh, and it charges insanely fast, too—18 minutes to charge 100% (to a very respectable 250-mile range.)

Even the name is pretty exceptional; it’s probably partially a clever riff on the electric vehicle acronym of “EV,” and it also (loosely) means “living” or “breathing” in Hebrew. 

2021 Cadillac Escalade

Because the ‘Sclade is the perennial choice of A-list Hollywood celebs, reality show stars, and ballers everywhere, it has to stay on top of its style game. The 2021 iteration fittingly made its TV debut in commercials alongside Academy Award-winning actress Regina King during the 2020 Oscars.

It’s big (even bigger than before), and bold, adding 7.1 inches in length over the previous model, and a massive grill. Inside, there’s more space, and some serious tech updates to everything from the suspension and transmission to the giant, curved  OLED screen that probably has better image quality than the TV on your wall at home. A diesel engine will also be an option for the first time.

*Featured image of Oscar®-winning actress and acclaimed director Regina King behind the scenes with the 2021 Cadillac Escalade.

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Land Rover Defender

Jaguar Land Rover will showcase its latest lineups from both brands at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show, held from Nov.22 – Dec.1, 2019 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The show will feature the highly anticipated North American debut of the New 2020 Land Rover Defender, the world’s most iconic 4×4 reimagined for the 21st century.
 
Driven by a passion and respect for the original, the New Defender delivers transformational breadth of capability and advanced all-terrain technologies to redefine adventure while remaining true to the pioneering spirit of the Land Rover brand’s storied 70 year heritage. The New Defender is available in perfectly proportioned ‘90’ and ‘110’ body styles. Available in Spring 2020, the Defender 110 will be priced from $49,9001 in the U.S., while the Defender 90 First Edition will be available in Summer 2020 priced from $65,1001. The full range of Defender 90 models will be available in Fall 2020, priced around $50,0001.
 
Additionally, the New Defender featured in the upcoming James Bond movie, “No Time to Die,” will be on display during the auto show. “No Time to Die” is the first movie to feature the New Defender, and will be released in April 2020.
 
This fall, Land Rover announced the creation of 4xFAR, a live music festival combining award-winning musical performances with lifestyle, culinary and adventure experiences. The festival was created to celebrate the New 2020 Land Rover Defender coming to the U.S. and will be the first opportunity for consumers to experience the New Defender. 4xFAR will take place Jan.18-19, 2020 in the Coachella Valley in Southern California; for more information, visit www.4xFAR.com.
 
In addition to showcasing several derivatives of the New Defender, the Land Rover stand will also showcase the Land Rover Discovery, Discovery Sport, Range Rover SVAutobiography, Range Rover Sport PHEV and the Range Rover Evoque.
 
Jaguar will display its entire current lineup, including the new Jaguar XJ Collection Edition, a limited production luxury sedan with 300 units available exclusively to U.S. customers. Also on the stand will be the full ‘PACE’ family of Jaguar SUVs including the all-electric I-PACE performance SUV, the E-PACE compact SUV and the F-PACE SVR, the pinnacle of the Velar lineup. Other vehicles on display will include the Jaguar F-TYPE Checkered Flag Limited Edition Convertible, designed to celebrate the brand’s rich sports car heritage and the newly enhanced 2020 Jaguar XE sports sedan.
 
During the show, Jaguar Land Rover will host on- and off-road consumer test drive experiences from the Jaguar Art of Performance Tour and Land Rover Above and Beyond Tour2. The Jaguar Art of Performance Tour will include the opportunity for consumers to drive the all-electric I-PACE performance SUV, F-TYPE sports car and award-winning F-PACE SUV in a series of street drives.
 
The Land Rover Above and Beyond Tour will allow guests to drive a selection of Land Rover and Range Rover vehicles in a series of street drives as well as on a purpose-built off-road course designed to highlight the brand’s breadth of capability.
 
Land Rover will also offer a Carpool Karaoke experience in collaboration with the Signing Machine, allowing visitors to sing their favorite tunes in a Land Rover vehicle and learn more about the upcoming 4xFAR festival. Land Rover will also offer a Junior Drive Experience for children between the ages of four and 10 years old accompanied by a parent or guardian to drive an electric Series I kiddie car on an indoor course. On Friday, November 22, Land Rover ambassador and famed big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton and former professional volleyball player Gabby Reece will host a book signing of Hamilton’s latest book, “Liferider.”
 
The drive lounge and indoor drive experiences will be located in the South Atrium Hall; off-road drive experiences will be held across from the convention center on Figueroa Street.
 
NEW 2020 LAND ROVER DEFENDER
Reimagined for the 21st century, the 2020 Land Rover Defender offers the most off-road capable Land Rover vehicle ever while staying true to the brand’s iconic design and reputation for rugged go-anywhere utility. The New Defender will be available in 90 and 110 body styles, with up to six seats in the 90 and the option of five, six or 5+2 seating in the 110.
 
Delivering transformational breadth of capability and on-road handling, the Defender is in a category of its own. The Land Rover brand has developed the new all-aluminum D7x platform that delivers the stiffest Land Rover body ever created, with a torsional rigidity of 29kNm/Degree – making it three times more rigid than traditional body-on-frame designs. The New Defender is also the first Land Rover to feature Configurable Terrain Response®, allowing drivers to fine-tune a range of settings to suit the conditions more precisely than ever before3.
 
While still embracing its known and loved silhouette, the short rear overhang on the Defender, the same for both body styles, is made possible by mounting the spare wheel externally, rather than under the rear floor, where it is readily accessible off-road. The trademark side-hinged rear door is further engineered to accommodate any of the available wheel and tire combinations. These strong foundations provide an ideal basis for the fully-independent suspension, twin-speed transfer box and permanent four wheel drive.
 
To complete the functional, durable and flexible interior with exposed structural elements, the iconic 4×4 debuts the new PIVI Pro4 infotainment system featuring an intuitive interface, while Software-Over-The-Air updates allows customers to access to the latest software updates remotely. Additionally, the vehicle features an intuitive 10-inch touchscreen with standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ compatibility delivers enhanced user experience and broader range of functions5.
 
Owners will be able to further tailor the New Defender to their lifestyle through the fitment of four distinct optional Accessory Packs (Explorer, Adventure, Country and Urban), as well as an available 170 individual accessories.
 
2019 JAGUAR XJ COLLECTION SPECIAL EDITION
The Jaguar XJ Collection Special Edition is a limited production model celebrating the last of the current generation of XJ design and offers a unique and bold blend of performance, technology and luxury. It represents the ultimate expression of the sedan’s legendary elegance and striking design.
 
Based on the long-wheelbase, rear-wheel drive Jaguar XJL Supercharged model, and powered by a 470hp 5.0-liter supercharged V8, the XJ Collection features a range of elegant visual enhancements to the sedan’s exterior and unique details to its luxurious cabin. Just 300 examples will be produced and sold only to U.S. customers, making it one of the most exclusive versions of the XJ since the ground-breaking original was revealed in 1968.
 
A number of distinct interior features and exterior design details deliver enhanced levels of craftsmanship, elevating the iconic luxury the XJ is known for. The new Jaguar XJ Collection is available exclusively in the U.S. starting at $85,0001.
 
The Jaguar Land Rover stand at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show is located in the Los Angeles Convention Center, located at 1201 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90015. For further information about the Jaguar or Land Rover vehicles on display, visit www.jaguarusa.com and www.landroverusa.com

The World Premiere of the New Land Rover Defender

Driven by a passion and respect for the original, *the new Defender  delivers transformational breadth of capability and advanced all-terrain  technologies to redefine adventure for the 21st century*. But it remains true to the pioneering spirit that has been a Land Rover hallmark for 71  years.

Livestream here

CADET D90 Joins the Ranks

Arkonik, the world’s leading independent Land Rover Defender specialists, releases the new CADET D90

This D90 has been fully restored and is preparing to join the ranks of Arkonik Defenders across the USA and Canada. CADET is looking sharp in its Grigio Cenere Grey and Java Back livery finished with black Boost alloys polished to a high shine. It is now ready and waiting to begin its post in New York, making a statement with bold Caldera Blue upholstery and red interior lighting.

Exterior

Grigio Cenere body with Java Black roof | Zambezi Silver chequer plate | Original style hood with Defender badge | A-bar with LED spotlights | WARN® Zeon 12-S winch | Gloss Black Boost16″ alloys | BFGoodrich® T/A KO2 tyres | Raptor-coated steering & front differential guard | Rear Land Rover Solihull Heritage badge | Ebony Fire & Ice side steps | Rear LED work lamp | NAS rear step (2″ receiver type)

Interior

Supersoft Caldera Blue Ruskin Inside™ trim | Modular heated front seats with central lock box | 1 Lock & fold and 2 tip-up seats in load area | Matching leather door cards with black anodised door furniture | Black suede headlining | Evander 15″ wood-rimmed steering wheel | Red LED lighting package | Pioneer® premium sound system | Sunroof | Air conditioning

Land Rover Defender Debut In 2019

Land Rover North America today announced something to celebrate in the New Year, the next-generation Land Rover Defender will be offered for sale in both the U.S. and Canada, starting in 2020.

Testing of the new vehicle is already underway around the world with the first development mules and prototypes reaching North American shores earlier this month. Testing on the continent provides valuable data to engineers given the wide variety of terrain and surfaces available in America. Engineers will subject the vehicle to rigorous test extremes to make sure the new Defender is the most off-road capable Land Rover vehicle ever; operating in temperatures from -40F to +120F while driving the test vehicles on- and off-road at altitudes of more than 13,000 feet above sea level.

“There are a handful of automobiles that are beloved around the world and stand for a brand, a country and a distinct way of life. The Land Rover Defender is such a singular vehicle,” said Kim McCullough, Vice President of Marketing for Jaguar Land Rover North America. “On behalf of Land Rover and our retailers, we are proud to announce the voices of American and Canadian customers has been heard: The all new Defender will be for sale here starting in 2020. This announcement is a holiday gift to our Defender fans in North America and a hint of what’s to come in the New Year.”

Series Land Rover vehicles have garnered a cult-like following for both their iconic design and reputation for rugged go-anywhere utility, making them among the world’s most capable off-road vehicles. In the time since they were sold in the U.S. and Canada, “NAS-Spec” Defender vehicles have appreciated in value significantly and are widely sought after as collectors’ items for both off-road enthusiasts and those who appreciate the design aesthetic of the vehicle.

The Series Land Rover vehicles haven’t changed much since the idea for the first model was dreamed up shortly after World War II by the Wilks brothers on the shores of Red Wharf Bay, Wales, more than 70 years ago. With each successive design – from the Series 1, 2, and 3 Land Rover vehicles, to the later “Defender” branded vehicles – changes were largely evolutionary, rather than revolutionary.

Even the design of the previous generation Defender remained largely unchanged for the 33 years it was produced. Instantly recognizable by its rugged squared-off exterior, round headlights and signature rear-mounted spare tire, the Defender and all Series Land Rover vehicles have been lauded the world over; driven by farmers, military and police, celebrities, and even royalty. By one measure, it’s estimated that a Series Land Rover was the first automobile many of the world’s population ever saw in person.

With an all-new exterior and interior design, as well as a suite of the latest driver assistance and connectivity features available, the next-generation Defender will be a revolutionary product for Land Rover with even broader public appeal. When it debuts in 2019, the new model will represent 70 years of innovation and improvement in just one model year; honoring the model’s history for rugged durability, while thoroughly remaining a Defender for the 21st century.

All will be revealed in 2019.

Deposit to WIN a Defender 90 soft-top by Arkonik

18 tickets remaining!

For the first time ever, Arkonik is giving away a Defender 90 soft-top (worth over $130k) to one client to accompany their custom order upon delivery. So if you’ve been thinking about creating your perfect custom Defender, now is the time to make that dream a reality.

The first 30 people to make a 25% deposit before the 30th September 2018 will be entered into a competition to win a unique D90 curated by the team at Arkonik HQ.

Visit the website for full details here.

Arkonik are Land Rover Defender specialists based in the heart of England, exporting to the USA and Canada since 2007. They are collaborating with carefully selected partners to create a one of a kind Defender in a dazzling shade of Firesand Orange offset with an Exmoor Trim black canvas soft-top. Externally the edition will feature KBX wing-top vents and Sawtooth alloy wheels supplied by BEARMACH shod with BFGoodrich AT tyres. Internally this stunning truck will feature black leather with orange stitch seating, matching door cards and Arkon X steering wheel by Exmoor Trim. This premium interior will also include black aluminium gear knobs and door furniture as well as one of Exmoor Trim’s new Lock Boxes.

If you are one of the first 30 people to place your order, you will need to complete your entry by answering the following question: “Describe your perfect day in your Arkonik D90 Soft Top”. The competition will be judged by Pat Ward – Ex Head of Sales at Jaguar Land Rover USA

Pat will judge the entries based on originality, creativity and the overall quality. Judging will take place in the week beginning 1st October 2018 and the winner will be notified no later than the 14th October 2018!

For full terms and conditions, please click here.

Black Hawk D110

BLACK HAWK may be the most robust Arkonik build to date; fully clad from head to toe with a highly resilient Raptor-coating. This 110 has been named for its helicopter pilot owner and just like it’s namesake, this Defender is a multi-mission performer. It is fully equipped for any call of duty with a 3.5L V8 engine, WARN® winch and BFGoodrich® Mud Terrain tyres.

For the first time, Arkonik has armoured this station wagon with a heavy duty Safety Devices® roll cage and roof rack as well as a full complement of chequer plate. The tinted rear windows, black leather trim and Recaro® front seats enhance the covert style of this rock-solid 4×4. BLACK HAWK is the complete adventure package: be inspired, break out of the urban jungle and create your own custom Arkonik Defender today.

1) Exterior SpecWide Boy wheel arches | Mach 5 16″ alloys with anodized bead locks | BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tyres | WARN Zeon 12-S winch | Land Rover Defender A-Frame Nudge Bar | Puma bonnet | Satin Black grille | Twin-Cat LED Headlamps | Raptor-coated steering & front differential guard | KBX® Raptor-coated wing-top vents | Raptor-coated Fire & Ice side steps | Lightforce® 6″ LED roof spotlights | Satin black chequer plate | Safety Devices Explorer roof rack with rear ladder and exterior roll cage | Premium Off-road package inc. Terrafirma® suspension with 2″ lift kit | NAS rear step (2″ receiver type)

2) Interior SpecRuskin Inside™ Black & Grey leather trim | Recaro® Cross Sportster CS heated front seats | Matching Elite Loc-box & door cards | 2 Premium high back centre row seats | Bench seats in the load area | Evander wooden rim steering wheel | Alloy gear knobs and door furniture | Alpine® premium sound system with Apple® CarPlay | Black suede headlining & side panels | Ice White LED lighting package | Sunroof | Air conditioning

Leading independent Land Rover Defender specialists, Arkonik, have been bringing the British classic to clients in North America and across the globe since 2007. Working with D90 and D110 models, each vehicle that receives the Arkonik treatment will be of a 15-25 year old vintage, depending on its destination. Arkonik perform a full restoration whilst retaining as much of the original vehicles as possible, to render a ‘better than new’ vehicle tailored to clients’ exact specification.

Now offering three levels of service, Arkonik cater to all Land Rover enthusiasts. Choose Origins for an immaculately restored, authentic Defender, enjoy enhanced features with the handpicked Editions, or commission a completely custom build with the Bespoke service.

LAND ROVER DEFENDER

DUKE: A truly iconic Land Rover Defender

Integrity, reliability, and endurance form the backbone of the Arkonik vocation for excellence. This Santorini Black D110 is a statement of robust strength and durability, encapsulated in an English icon. Complete with a luxurious Exmoor Trim interior, KAHN alloy wheels and embellished with overland equipment, this titan of a station wagon proudly elevates itself above all rivals.

“Every aspect of working with Arkonik has been truly world-class.  A couple of years ago I started researching Defenders and discovered a number of different outfits that restore and customize them. However, I kept coming back to vehicles that were built by Arkonik. 

I honestly don’t think that any other company provides the level of quality, design, and service that Arkonik does. The team have incredible knowledge and have been helpful and patient with all of my questions. The process of specifying the exact vehicle that you’re looking for and how the team keeps you apprised of every step of the way makes the journey of building a Defender with Arkonik a very fun experience. I can’t wait to build a 90 with them!”

Owner | Texas, USA.

For further information and high-res images, please contact:

Andy Stacey, Brand Manager

Arkonik Ltd

+44 (0)1373 812 011 (office)

Mon to Thurs, 8am-6pm and Fri 8am-4pm GMT

andy.stacey@arkonik.com

1) Exterior Spec – KAHN® 1983 18″ alloy wheels | BFGoodrich® AT tyres | Satin Black wheel arches | Puma bonnet | LED headlights | WARN® Zeon 12-S winch | First Four® Shadow A-bar & bumper with twin LED spotlights | KBX front grille & wing-top vents | Satin Black chequer plate | Fire & Ice side steps | Raptor-coated steering & front differential guard | Front Runner® roof rack with front LED spotlights & rear ladder | Rear LED work lamp | NAS rear step (square 2″ receiver type)

2) Interior Spec – Black leather diamond trim with red stitch accents | Elite heated front seats | Matching Elite Loc-box (inc. 12V & USB power point) and leather door cards | 2 Premium high back heated centre row seats & matching Elite Loc-box | Inward facing fold-up seats in the load area | Evander wooden rim steering wheel | Alloy gear knobs and door furniture | Pioneer® premium sound system with Apple® CarPlay & reversing camera display | Black suede headlining & side panels | Air conditioning

Leading independent Land Rover Defender specialists, Arkonik, have been bringing the British classic to clients in North America and across the globe since 2007. Working with D90 and D110 models, each vehicle that receives the Arkonik treatment will be of a 15-25 year old vintage, depending on its destination. Arkonik perform a full restoration whilst retaining as much of the original vehicles as possible, to render a ‘better than new’ vehicle tailored to clients’ exact specification.

Now offering three levels of service, Arkonik cater to all Land Rover enthusiasts. Choose Origins for an immaculately restored, authentic Defender, enjoy enhanced features with the handpicked Editions, or commission a completely custom build with the Bespoke service.

PARALLAX D90 × ARKONIK

PARALLAX D90: Add another dimension to your daily driver

Why not change the shape of your transport? A soft top Defender from Arkonik has all the ability of a hard top but adds another dimension with its removable canvas roof. This urban-looking truck would look equally at home weaving through New York’s urban jungle as it would cruising along Sunset Boulevard.

For a closer connection to nature, order your own PARALLAX Edition and start planning your open top adventures.

1) Exterior Spec – Santorini Black bonnet, tailgate and wheel arches | KAHN® 1983 18″ alloy wheels | BFGoodrich® AT tyres | Front bumper DRLs | Satin Black chequer plate | KBX Signature grille & wing-top vents | Raptor-coated steering & front differential guard | Fire & Ice ebony side steps | NAS rear step

2) Interior Spec – Black leather trim | Elite Sports front seats | Elite Loc-box | 4 tip-up seats in the load area | Arkon X Leather steering wheel | Alloy gear knobs & door furniture | Air conditioning | Pioneer® premium sound system with Apple® CarPlay

Avant-Garde D110


Avant-garde is a naturally striking station wagon, setting the trend for all others to follow. Completely restored retaining her original 1992 chassis, her authentic underpinnings are wrapped in urban chic with accents of adventure, primed for when the urban jungle gives way to the real thing.

Commission your own Avant-garde build today and you will receive a massive $10,000 deposit contribution.*

*This offer is only applicable on Avant-garde Editions and on deposits received between 01-14 October 2017 inclusive. The contribution will be divided equally across four instalments spanning the build process.

 

For further information, please contact:

Andy Stacey, Brand Manager

Arkonik Ltd

+44 (0)1373 812 011 (office) 

Mon to Thurs, 8am-6pm and Fri 8am-4pm GMT

andy.stacey@arkonik.com
 

1) Exterior Spec – KAHN 1948 16” alloy wheels | BFGoodrich AT tyres | Satin Black KBX signature grille and wing top vents | Front bumper LED DRLs | Fire & Ice ebony side steps | NAS rear step | Front runner roof rack with rear ladder | Rear LED work lamp

2) Interior Spec – Black leather trim | Modular front seats | Elite Loc-box | 3 Premium high back center row seats | 4 Tip-up seats in the load area | Leather door cards | Leather steering wheel | Alloy gear knobs | Black suede headlining & side panels | Alloy door furniture | Deluxe custom sound system | Sunroof Leading independent Land Rover Defender specialists, Arkonik, have been bringing the British classic to clients in North America and across the globe since 2007. Working with D90 and D110 models, each vehicle that receives the Arkonik treatment will be of a 15-25 year old vintage, depending on its destination. Arkonik perform a full restoration whilst retaining as much of the original vehicles as possible, to render a ‘better than new’ vehicle tailored to clients’ exact specification.

Now offering three levels of service, Arkonik cater to all Land Rover enthusiasts. Choose Origins for an immaculately restored, authentic Defender, enjoy enhanced features with the handpicked Editions, or commission a completely custom build with the Bespoke service