With the 2020 Defender, you will still be able to enjoy a Pimm’s Cup at the Polo Field…
2020 Land Rover Defender photo courtesy: zigwheels.com
…but you will also be welcomed for a Bud Light at a WWF Wrestling arena.
2020 Land Rover Defender photo courtesy Mobil.de
From it’s humble 1948 beginnings as the Land Rover 90 and 110, the Land Rover Defender ended production in January of 2016. A bit long in the tooth, Defenders are classified somewhere between bone jarring transportation to ‘gotta have one’, often with prices way over $100,000.To the worshipful that appreciate the Defender, I’m with you.
But times change, and after a four year pause, Land Rover has completely redesigned the aged platform as a 21st Century hauler, just as capable of whisking you to your tennis lesson as assaulting Kilimanjaro.
Of course, there are lots of other 4×4’s that will do the same thing, but none that convey the feeling of the landed gentry while doing so.While some may find the Defender’s looks a tad too close to the Discovery’s, a good bit of research says the opposite. While they are both SUV’s, the Defender is in a whole different category, designated as a very bad-ass machine capable of instant civility.
Land Rover Defender Brochure
At a glance infotainment system, heads-up display, and accessory packages to fit all needs, it’s going to highly competitive for those seeking the latest from the British manufacturer.
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