Designed by the renowned British automotive designer, Afzal Kahn, the London Taxi TX4 Edition is one of only five ‘Last of Line Edition’ vehicles commissioned by The London Taxi Company. Manufactured as part of the final production shift, twenty years since the re-imagined TX1 model first took to the streets; this TX4 ‘Last of Line’ edition represents an enduring piece of British history. The iconic silhouette of the vehicle is available in a choice off 5 Rolls Royce colours, whilst colour coded contrast wheels, VIP LED roof interior star lighting and a slotted front grille showcases our customary exceptional standards of craftsmanship.
Privacy glass keeps the interior hidden, but step inside and you will find distinctly un-taxi-like Quilted and perforated Nappa Leather front and rear Seats.
A re-upholstered piano black instrument surround, colour coded seat belts, last of line door sills, leather trimmed steering wheel and last of the line branding are just some of the additions to what is an endearing and nonchalant interior.
In addition, a VM Motori 2499cc four cylinder diesel engine, complete with a power upgrade, ensures this particular model is more than just a show car. Kahn’s impressive CV makes him perfect for the job of creating this limited-run of specially-designed, ultra-luxury LTC diesel TX4 cabs. For almost two decades, Kahn has been creating and pioneering automotive designs for clients around the globe, including coach-built vehicles such as the handcrafted Vengeance and the six-wheel Flying Huntsman 6×6.
The principal British designer believes the Iconic London Taxi TX4 Last Of Line Edition makes a sophisticated declaration by combining traditional techniques, British materials and expert craftsmanship. “While it is sad to see a beautiful, iconic vehicle reach the end of its life, it is a great honour to re-design and celebrate what is truly one of the most famous cars in the world,” said Mr. Kahn. “I look forward to embarking on a journey with a select few clients who wish to own their own piece of British history.” Commenting on the unveiling of the vehicle, a LTC spokesperson said: “There was only one person for the job, Afzal Kahn is famous for his original designs and willingness to push the boundaries and we admire his ability to capture the essence of a vehicles’ character. “We believe he is the best designer to give this iconic vehicle the send off it deserves.” Each vehicle will be truly unique and will have a badge of authenticity, certificate of authenticity and a plaque bearing the names of those who were involved in the build process.