Land Rover has completed the design of the next generation of the Defender, with the new model to be presented in the summer of 2016. For this reason, today they presented three final special editions for the legendary model, whose production is expected to stopped in December.
The first of these is the Defender Heritage Edition, which draws its design from the first models of Land Rover, but with modern performance. It is painted in Grasmere Green, with white roof for contrasting and it is even visually distinguishable from the front grille and the HUE 166 graphics in the body of the car. It will be produced in only 400 units will and it be available from August in versions 90 Hard Top, 90 Station Wagon and 110 Station Wagon, with a starting price of £ 27.800.
Then there is the Defender Adventure Edition designed for those who want to “go anywhere and do anything” and it has extra protection under the body and gravel Goodyear tires. Production will be limited to 600 units and each will be equipped with specially customized logos and leather interior. It will be available for sale this August in versions 90 Station Wagon and 110 Station Wagon with a starting price of £ 43.495.
Finally, there is the Defender Autobiography Edition which, like the other models of the company, is the most luxurious Defender that can be ordered. It features a two-tone exterior paint, with the interior dressed in Windsor leather. It will be available with two engines, one producing 122 hp and 360 Nm torque and one with 150 hp and 400 Nm torque. It will be produced in just 80 units and it will be available from April only in the 90 Station Wagon version priced from £ 61.845.