Land Rover Defenders are our go-to vehicle here at The Coolector and nobody does builds better than Arkonik. The proof is in the pudding as they say and their latest release, The Celt Land Rover, is an astounding piece of automotive awesomeness. Something we’ve come to expect from this UK based workshop.
The Arkonik Celt Land Rover Defender takes its design inspiration from the workshop’s owner’s heritage and a love of Defender. This Celtic-inspired station wagon will soon be entering Arkonik’s SVO division for a full 6.2L LS3 engine and automatic transmission transplant plus a high-tech digital instrument panel. Impressive stuff indeed.
As always, Arkonik go above and beyond the call of duty to make their builds the most luxurious on the market and The Celt is no exception. Boasting gleaming Tonga Green paintwork, gloss Black Sawtooth alloys and billet door handles that really set the tone for the excellence of this steed.
Its rugged persona is immediately apparent with extensive overland features and accessories alongside a full accompaniment of chequer plate and light guards. The Celt Land Rover Defender from Arkonik has a price tag of $195k and this is one seriously tough Defender purpose-built for adventure, no matter what the terrain.
The inside of The Celt Defender is another feather in its already many-feathered cap. It offers a textured Nutmeg Brown cross-stitch leather trim. This extends to the side panels and is reflected by a Brown suede headlining which helps to provide the interior landscape a more spacious feel. Contemporary conveniences found in the build include heated seats and electric windows in the front two rows. A Pioneer® infotainment system ensures smartphone connectivity to all your favourite apps plus a very useful reversing camera display.