The Chelsea Truck Company has built a unique Defender to celebrate the model’s 68-year production run and it’s untimely demise recently.
It’s called the End Edition and it features numerous exterior enhancements, including a custom grille, wider front and rear wings, and 20-inch dark ally wheels.
The 2,2-litre engine wasn’t left alone, as is usually the case with Defender upgrades. The End Edition has a new exhaust system and a few engine tweaks. CTC claims better performance and improved fuel economy.
As for the bits under the body, the End Edition has gas shock absorbers and stronger mud flaps.
The interior has been enhanced with premium leather, a special clock, LED interior lights, a Kahn Design steering wheel and drilled aluminium pedals.