It might look like the inside of a private jet but this stunning interior belongs to a farmer’s LAND ROVER.
The iconic Land Rover Defender is a favourite of the Royal family despite its basic interior and lack of comforts.
But one very wealthy farmer decided he wanted the classic design and off-road capability but with added luxury.
So he got in touch with Carisma Auto Design which set about transforming the 4×4.
The result is the Carisma Defender D1 – an £80,000 transformation of the trusty off-roader, which only cost £20,000 in the first place.
It now boasts foldaway tables, a drinks cabinet with lead crystal glassware, fridge, dimmable mood lighting and on-board PC.
Ceiling and side panels were trimmed in a matching quilt and the interior is made of Connolly hide.
Clive Drake, sales boss a the Essex-based firm, said: “Satisfying special and unusual requests is a key part of our specialist skills and services.
“Clients come to us because they know that we can achieve the impossible and deliver a vehicle to them that exceeds their expectations.
“Trust me, we’ve been asked to incorporate some truly outlandish features, but we still manage to integrate them seamlessly into the vehicle’s interior.
“We are not limited to the Defender and alternative vehicle conversions are shown on our website.”
The on-board computer uses Windows 8 and there is also wi-fi and Bluetooth along with a Bang & Olufson sound system.
It has a 2.2-litre diesel engine which develops 122bhp, giving the Land Rover Defender a 0-62mph time of 14.7 seconds and a top speed of 90mph.