British car manufacturer Land Rover has just unveiled the two-millionth reproduction of the classic 1948 Defender. To commemorate the iconic production, the four-wheel-drive off-road utility vehicle has been completely custom-made. It comes with a monochromatic silver exterior, an engraved aluminum plaque with the signatures of all Land Rover employees that built the car, a linear map of the iconic Red Wharf Bay stitched onto the front seats, and a “No. 2,000,000” writing seen on the exterior metal badges and embroidered to each seat’s headrest. Land Rover had recently announced that they’ll be discontinuing the production of Defender effective December 2015, so this one of a kind Defender will be auctioned off to the highest bidder in December to mark the closing of 67 continuous years in production.