Dutch specialist Niels van Roij Design has a new project to show off. The revised Land Rover Defender is called ‘Valiance’, and it is the work of Heritage Customs, the designer’s tuning shop. And, if it tickles your fancy, you can have one of your own.
A Heritage Customs Valiance package for the Defender begins with a series of exterior options. The list includes air vents fabricated from solid aluminum billet and extends to body alterations and rims.
Heritage’s cabin customizations for the Defender include aluminum door inlays—engraved by laser with the customer’s design—as well as new upholstery. Heritage brands itself on the headrests, and boldly on the steering wheel. The color scheme extends throughout the Defender’s interior, with trim included.
The Valiance Defender starts around $107K.