It’s common to see the Harris Tweed label on apparel and accessories, but Afazal Kahn‘s aftermarket designs are anything but the usual. For his latest custom, Kahn Design has built another intimidating Land Rover Defender, featuring a black exterior and an interior accented with the only fabric governed by its own Act of Parliament, Harris Tweed. As with any item that carries the Harris Tweed label, this Land Rober uses pure virgin wool hand woven by the islanders on the Isles of Lewis and Harris, Uist, and Barra in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, offering a rustic feel to the rugged 4×4. Inside, you’ll see the cloth on the seats, headrests, sun visors, dashboard, door trim, and other accessories, with color accents on the instrument panel to match. On the outside, Kahn went with matte black bumpers and fenders, headlamp surrounds and a stainless steel front grille. Needless to say, William Wallace would be proud.