Heritage Customs Gives the Land Rover Defender a "Tuxedo Black" Makeover
Known for its premium Land Rover Defender builds, Dutch automotive workshop Heritage Customs has now paid tribute to No Time to Die with a “Tuxedo Black” take on the modern off-roader.
No doubt inspired by James Bond himself and his elegant yet stunning attire, the custom Defender — dubbed by the company as its Valiance model — has taken on the sleek black tone from head to toe, extending from the front undershield and the script on the nose to the chequer plates on the bonnet, the rear bumper inserts, and basically all bare plastic components on the car.
Of course, Tuxedo Black aside, the rugged vehicle also receives a range of friendly upgrades. The car now sits on four bespoke forged alloy wheels from Heritage Customs, coming in either a 20-inch or 22-inch size. Five-spoke Supersonic wheels come standard, although you’ll have a range of other options to choose from as well, such as the Black Crow multi-spoke or the Space Cowboy diamond-cut. An expedition roof rack installed on the top can be reached via a deployable ladder with metal pedals, while a similarly black-toned interior matches the rest of the equipment on board, such as the side-mounted gear carrier, over-fenders, door handles, body cladding, tow hooks, and even its speaker covers.
For those interested, you can learn more about Heritage Custom’s Valiance over on the company’s website.
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