New Land Rover Defender
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The all-new Land Rover Defender is a step above its predecessors and other off-road vehicles on the market, designed with immense capabilities in mind. Place the Defender in any situation, on any terrain, and it will undeniably excel, proving its overarching durability in a plethora of environments.
Tradition has not been sacrificed in regard to power within the new Land Rover Defender. A range of alternative packages are available, with petrol and diesel on offer immediately, and a new hybrid option set for launch in 2020. The 3.0L petrol, 100 X model returns a healthy 400 hp, translating into an impressive 0-60mph in 6.1 seconds. Furthermore, the capabilities of the vehicle when taken off-road are enhanced by the all-new configurable terrain response system. This car is yours. From the way it grips the surface, to how responsive the powertrain is, these innovative technologies allow you to decide how you wish to drive.
The Defender’s elegant body flows smoothly from front to back, producing a stylish silhouette that stands out immediately as the classic vehicle. A quick glance head-on and you’ll instantly recognise the Defender’s perfectly moulded headlights that have, for generations, been a focal point. The geometry of the vehicle has been designed with versatility in mind, with the short and rear overhangs continually developing the driving experience.
Luxury has not been sacrificed at the hands of the sheer performance and sleek aesthetics on the exterior, with the Defender offering its traditional luxury within the cabin. One noticeable point regarding this vehicle, however, is the flexibility in regard to the seating. Four alternative ways of arranging the seats mean passengers can navigate their way through without inconvenience.
The dash flows effortlessly into the headliner creating an ergonomic interior, while the leather seats and traditional alpine lights create a tranquil, comfortable environment.
It wouldn’t be honouring Land Rover’s good name unless it was a class leader. It should come as no surprise then that the Defender is complete with a host of innovative technologies. A clever Head-Up Display projects driving information, such as camber angles and vehicle data, including gear position, onto the windscreen in front of the driver.
Avoid traffic or getting lost thanks to the Connected Navigation Pro, keeping you up to date with live traffic updates.
Often a major concern when taking the car off-road is the terrain causing damage to the underside of the vehicle. However, the Defender comes complete with Clearsight Ground View, detailing everything the vehicle is manipulating.
Onboard, the additional Wi-Fi in the cabin ensures the family won’t get restless on long journeys, while you can keep your phone and other devices topped up at all times thanks to the numerous charging mats and USB points.
Firstly, choose your model, then decide upon your engine capacity. Then you have the opportunity to truly make your car your own. Browse through a range of specification packs, that include interior trim, driver assistance technologies, convenience technologies, and, perhaps most importantly, the accessory packs — helping you take your car through the environments you want!
For more information regarding the all-new Land Rover Defender, contact Grange Land Rover today.
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