Usually, when a designer stretches a chassis, it's between the passenger compartment and the rear wheels. With the Kahn Design "Long Nose" Defender, the extra space is ahead of the passengers, and for good reason — theres a 6.2-liter GM V8 where the stock Rover four-cylinder used to be. At first glance, the proportions seem a little off with the added 15 inches in length, but it grows on you the longer you take in the details that are Kahn's trademark. Front and rear fender flares along with a new grille and headlight design make for an aggressive style to match the increased power and wider stance. Inside, the interior opulence betrays the utilitarian exterior, with heavily stitched leather seats, headliner, and a custom Kahn Design steering wheel. Part of Kahn Design's Flying Huntsman line, this is an extremely unique take on the Defender platform.