Arkonik Aloha Defender

We love it when Arkonik creates more laid back Land Rover Defenders here at The Coolector and they might just have released their chillest offering to date in the shape of this awesome looking Aloha Defender. The perfect road trip warrior for heading to the beach or backcountry retreat, the Aloha lets you bring the sunshine with you wherever your adventures take you.

Arkonik is definitely one of the best in the business when it comes to breathing new life into old school Land Rover Defenders and there are few better examples of this in action than their stunning Aloha build. Wherever you roam, you’re guaranteed a sunny disposition in this striking Defender 90 soft-top. This 1989 Defender restoration has a price tag of $155k which is obviously a hefty investment but one definitely worth making if you’re a fan of old school cool vehicles.

Vintage Vibes

Delivered in an effortlessly cool Caledonian Blue colourway, this 5 speed manual Defender from Arkonik is one of their most eye-catching rebuilds to date and ideal for anyone who spends a lot of time at the beach as it will transport you and your friends in search of sandy toes and sun-kissed noses.

The super cool Caledonian Blue paintwork of the Arkonik Aloha Defender ($155k) really helps set this soft-top apart from the crowd. A deep, luxurious gloss finish, which is symbolic of the ocean works exceptionally well with the Zambezi Silver roll cage. It comes with a matching Heritage grille, modern LED headlights and Chawton White steel rims which all come together to delive3r another timeless Defender purpose-built to be driven and enjoyed day in, day out.

Authenticity, versatility and functionality is the order of the day when it comes to the interior of this ace Aloha Defender from Arkonik. It has a leather rimmed OEM steering wheel which makes sure the driver gets great feedback from the surface below. While techno woven upholstery throughout is a top-notch reminder of this vehicles’ heritage and previous life.

Leo Davie
Latest posts by Leo Davie (see all)