Land Rover is releasing an £85,995 limited edition Defender to commemorate the 75th anniversary of their iconic 4×4 vehicle.
It comes with 20-inch alloy wheels painted in the same shade as the bodywork and a heritage Grasmere Green paint job. It is offered in 90 and 110 body styles.
Ceres Silver bumpers and several “75 Years” graphics throughout the body are two more distinctive elements. The cross car beam on the dashboard is likewise colored inside to match the Grasmere Green exterior.
The price increase from an HSE-trim Defender (which starts at £61,940) is £24,055.
The HSE-specified Defender is equipped with many standard features, such as Land Rover’s Terrain Response system, a 3D surround camera, and Matrix LED headlights.
Additionally, a variety of powertrain options are available, including as the D300 Ingenium diesel variant and the 110-model P400e plug-in hybrid.
Stuart Frith of Land Rover stated, “Since the new Defender was unveiled, consumers all over the world have fallen in love with it and demand remains incredibly strong.”
“This new Limited Edition combines cutting-edge new technology like hybrid electric power, configurable terrain response, software over-the-air updates, and unmatched all-terrain capability with the spirit of the past 75 years through its color and detailing.”