There are some iconic cars and the Defender is definitely one of them. Land Rover introduced the I-series at the Amsterdam Motor Show back in 1948, which means that the SUV will be 75 years old next year .
To mark this important anniversary, the British marque owned by Tata Motors is launching a limited edition model in three- and five-door body styles. This is reported by the press service of the manufacturer.
The Defender 75th Limited Edition is based on the generously equipped HSE package: matrix LED headlights, an all-round camera, a projection display, a wireless smartphone charger, three-zone climate control, memory seats, and an 11.4-inch Pivi infotainment system Pro.
All copies of the SUV will be painted in a special shade of Grasmere Green and will receive exclusive 20-inch wheels, silver bumpers, tinted glass, and “jubilee” symbols. The interior also uses Grasmere Green, the seats are finished in Resist Ebony black, and the gear lever is made of Robustec composite material.
Defender 75 Limited Edition will receive a choice of powerful power plants: the five-door P400e version will receive a hybrid engine, and for the 3-door modification, gasoline (P400) and diesel (D300) engines with Mild Hybrid technology will be available.
In Great Britain, the new Land Rover Defender 75 Limited Edition is offered at a price of $90,000.