Land Rover and the fashion designer Sir Paul Smith have teamed up to deliver a one-off Defender. According to the British car manufacturer, the unique vehicle has been developed with some help from Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations design team. 

On the outside, the one-off Defender features 27 different colors with some satin accents on the mirrors, door handles and wheels. In addition, the guys have painted a bee on the roof which is a "tongue-in-cheek reference to the countryside and the heritage of the car."

Inside the cabin, the custom Defender comes with leather and fabric seats, leather-wrapped dashboard and a revised clock with a Paul Smith influence.

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"The Defender is a British icon, which is something I’m exceptionally proud of. I keep a Defender at my home in Italy which is in the middle of the countryside, so it’s the perfect vehicle to cope with the rugged terrain", said Sir Paul Smith.

Source: Land Rover