Startech is no stranger to modifying various Land Rover products, such as the Velar or the Discovery to name a few. The tuner also came out with mods for the original Defender, so it was only a matter of time before they got their hands on the all-new model.
Even though they don’t have an official car to unveil, Startech released these computer generated renders depicting a sportier-looking Defender with a wide-body kit for improved road presence.
Aside from the larger fenders, other new exterior bits include the custom radiator grille, front fascia vertical elements, air intakes for the hood, roof element and a rear roof spoiler.
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The end result is a Defender with a considerably more aggressive stance, especially if you also opt for the 23-inch Monostar E wheels, which are the largest ones available through Startech. You can also get 20-inch as well as 22-inch custom wheels, with colors ranging from silver to black and of course, dual-tone black/silver.
As for the interior, no images were provided, but there will be an available set of aluminum pedal pads, as well as a custom aluminum footrest featuring the Startech logo.
Now, if what you see here still isn’t good enough for you, then allow us to remind you what Lumma Design can do for the new Defender, courtesy of its CLR LD mod. That one even features a bespoke hood with a large power dome, as well as flared front and rear wheel arches that increase overall width by roughly 1.57 inches (40 mm).