IT’S impossible to escape royal wedding fever as the nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle draw closer. 

And to mark the special occasion, Bradford-based Kahn Design has designed a commemorative vehicle to celebrate the big day. 

Afzal Kahn, Kahn Group CEO and design director, has created a number of vehicles to celebrate royal events, including one for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011. 

Now he has unveiled the Chelsea Truck Company Flying Huntsman 105 Longnose ahead of Saturday’s wedding in Windsor - complete with a 4 HRH number plate. 

The vehicle is valued in the region of £80,000 and the number plate is worth around £1 million.

Mr Kahn said: “As a proud Englishman, this is our way of wishing Prince Harry and Meghan Markle many happy years together.

“May I take this opportunity to congratulate the happy couple, on behalf of myself and everyone at Project Kahn and The Chelsea Truck Company.”

The vehicle is currently on display at the company’s Kings Road showroom in Chelsea.  The specialised Land Rover Defender has an extra 400mm of bodywork inserted into the elongated chassis. The exterior is fitted with widened front and rear wings with integrated vents and bolt apertures, alongside an X-Lander front grille, front bumper replacement with bumper lights, LED Diamond Bright headlights, a Flying Huntsman spare wheel cover and a fixed panoramic glass sunroof.

It also boasts exclusive Chelsea Truck Company 1945 Retro alloy wheels finished in matte black with a gold stripe. 

The 2.2-litre TDCI engine drives a six-speed automatic gearbox operated by push-button controls. There is also an upgraded braking and suspension system along with a stainless steel crosshair exhaust system.

Inside features front and rear GTB seats, a billet and leather steering wheel, Nappa leather, a custom centre console and more. 

The 105 Longnose has been produced entirely in the UK. Kahn Design, based on Canal Road, specifies, manufacturers and supplies a wide range of styling accessories.