The tuner team over at Arkonik finished restoring this 1990 Land Rover Defender “Teton” and put it up for sale at $195,000. Do you find it justified?
The off-roader wears a white paintjob with black accents being the roof, the fenders, the front bumper and the body kit. Practicality is served by a roof rack, while safety is provided for by an external roll cage. The 18-inch wheels are also new and come wrapped in BFGoodrich KO2 tires.
Perhaps the main highlight of the project resides inside the cabin. Gorgeous leather with diamond stitching covers the heated seats, and the steering wheel is rimmed with wood. A Pioneer infotainment system supports Apple CarPlay and displays the video feed from the reversing camera.
The restomod still relies on its 3.5-liter V8 to propel itself forward, but takes advantage of a suspension kit that lifts it by 50 mm (2 inches).