A truck with common-sense functionality, superior four-wheel talent, robustness, and simplicity. It is the epitome of everything there has to be in a four-wheel drive. Much hasn’t changed, ever since developing countries still doesn’t have roads, the enduring and capable Defender carried workers that created them. Its permanent four-wheel drive ensures safety and confidence no matter what the terrain while the pulling power with its more fuel-efficient engines and more capable engines gives the Defender greater responsibility. The versatile interior space can accommodate the loads of different sizes, need a little more? The roof is able to carry it to your destination.
We’ve set it already clear that looks hasn’t much changed with the new Land Rover Defender, but underneath it has a new 6-speed manual gearbox with dual-range gears. It could easily tackle steep 45 degree gradients, while a centre-diff gives it added traction and minimising wheel spin on slippery surfaces. Power comes in a 2.2L TDI in-line producing a usable 360Nm of torque that’s easily available at 2,200rpm. Much more fuel-efficient than ever, go-anywhere even on areas without fuel stations.