As modern-day vehicles begin to take a new shape and feature a different style of driving experience, collectors and enthusiasts tend to look back on the classics that paved the way. The automotive professionals at Arkonik specialize in taking classic Land Rovers and modifying them with the performance and technology of a brand new vehicle. Since 2006, the brand operates under the same principle of creating the most authentic restored Land Rover Defenders in the world. Arkonik is proud to introduce a new addition to its fleet of classically modern 4x4s, the 1989 SW-ARK727 D90 Defender. The aesthetically pleasing body style of the SW-ARK727 features sharp edges and an open-top to complement the Pennine Grey paint scheme. The design of the Defender came from the hands of former Bugatti designer Etienne Salomé. The exterior and interior restoration upgrades are best described as perfectly tasteful, incorporating a period-correct look with a modern-day feel. Delivering the right amount of power is a 3.9L V8 that is managed with a classic 5-speed manual transmission. As it stands as a true 4×4, the new Defender by Arkonik includes an upgraded lifted suspension that connects to a set of black steel 16-inch wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires. The new Arkonik 1989 SW-ARK727 D90 Defender is in limited production and is available through the company for $240,000. View all of the current Land Rover Defender models for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking the link below.