Convertible Land Rover Defender 90 Built by Dutch Tuner

Convertible Land Rover Defender 90 Built by Dutch Tuner

An additional item can be added to the collection of concise horror stories: “A tuner has unveiled a customized rendition of the latest Land Rover Defender.” The statement is quite unsettling.

Convertible Land Rover Defender 90 Built by Dutch Tuner

However, the designer Neils van Roij, who has previously created a beautiful two-door Range Rover, a frigid Rolls Shooting Brake, and a stunning Ferrari breadvan, is not a writer of frightening tales. His most recent creation, in collaboration with Heritage Customs, is being fervently described as a “braver interpretation of the Defender.”

A new car has been introduced and given the moniker ‘Valiance Convertible.’ This car is built according to the precise requirements of each customer and goes through a thorough conversion process. The process comprises of three stages – an initial digital sketch to map out the desired specifications, a complicated disassembly of the donor car, followed by cutting and reinforcing everything.

Afterward, a new roof and its corresponding mechanism are added to the disassembled Defender, followed by a full repaint and reupholstering. The car then undergoes a thorough testing and test mileage before being signed-off for use. The first car of this kind features an exemplary color combination of green on the exterior, tan (ish) on the interior, and steel wheels.

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