Osprey Custom Cars has simply unveiled its newest creation: a 1997 Land Rover Defender NAS Wagon.
According to the customization store, the proprietor of this Defender that’s completed in a shade of Arles Blue and full with an Alpine White roof, requested for the long-lasting off-roader to be considerably upgraded and restored. Osprey has achieved just that.
For starters, the Defender is now rocking a 5.3-liter GM V8 rated at 326 hp and 348 lb-ft (472 Nm) of torque that’s coupled to a six-speed computerized transmission. Moreover, the Defender now incorporates a heavy-duty switch case in addition to rebuilt heavy-duty entrance and rear axles.
Osprey has additionally fitted large-bore shock absorbers and soft-rate springs in addition to new entrance and rear disc brakes. Heck, even the chassis has been galvanized and powder-coated black. The Defender is sitting on powder-coated silver 16-inch Land Rover ‘Freestyle’ wheels and has all-terrain tires.
Lots of labor has additionally been achieved to the cabin. New gray upholstery is discovered all through with heated seats up entrance and side-facing seats on the rear. Other modifications made embrace a customized middle console with cupholders, USB ports, and wi-fi charging pads, rear air-con, upgraded doorways with energy entrance home windows, ambient lighting, a customized six-speaker audio system with an amplifier, new carpets, and heavy-duty ground mats. Completing the adjustments is an alarm system in addition to keyless entry and distant begin.