Since the reveal of the new Land Rover Defender, more and more excitement has been building around the modernised Icon.
Creating a unique category of 4x4 vehicles, the Defender is an unmistakable machine, built to be different. Land Rover has tirelessly worked to perfect the updated model with the changing needs of the automotive industry, without compromising on the elements the Defender is most famous for.
The tough character and exceptional capabilities of the Defender is an aspect which has been carried through the years of the famous Land Rover SUV. The new variation is no different. Featuring phenomenal power and an unprecedented ability to conquer extreme weather and terrain, the new Land Rover Defender is worth the wait. The New Defender is equipped with a selection of the latest and innovative technology including Clearsight Ground View; this world-first technology helps you avoid obstacles in front of the vehicle by using cleverly positioned cameras that seemingly let you see through the bonnet. With exceptional technology available, the New Defender is ready to uncover new territories and tackle extreme conditions help with its permanent all wheel drive making it unstoppable. Featuring terrain response technologies including Configurable Terrain Response you can choose the powertrains, steering, differentials, traction and control settings. Whilst Terrain Response 2 gives you the option to activate an automatic mode that analyses the driving conditions and choose the most suitable terrain programme.
After almost 70 years of producing the Defender - the longest running production car in the world, 2016 saw Land Rover discontinue the iconic model. Since the immensely popular model’s termination, the new modernised Defender has seen high anticipation for its relaunch. Set to offer a number of engine options, the new Defender will be a cut above the rest, set to offer astonishing bhp, championing the original 50bhp in 1948. What’s more, the new Land Rover Defender features ground-breaking design, incorporating classic elements of the well-known Defender image.