The Land Rover Defender has evolved. Follow us on a journey as we test this vehicle to the extreme.
The New Land Rover Defender
To observe World Land Rover Day (which was on the 30th April), Land Rover has declared designs for the new Defender to finish a last period of field testing with the Tusk Trust, on area in Kenya.
The new Land Rover Defender in novel disguise
A Defender model wearing a novel disguise (presented below) will encounter life at the Borana Conservancy as a component of Land Rover's on-going association with Tusk Trust.
The model will tow overwhelming burdens, swim through waterways and convey supplies crosswise over unforgiving territory in a progression of genuine preliminaries at the 14 000-hectare save.
This will be the last test before the new Defender makes its open presentation in the not so distant future, by which time it will have breezed through in excess of 45,000 individual tests in probably the most extraordinary situations on earth.
These extraordinary situations incorporate 50-degree warmth of the desert, the sub-40-degree cold of the Arctic, just as up to 10,000ft height of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado.
The new Land Rover Defender doing its thing underneath:
Its on-street elements are being sharpened at the Nürburgring office in Germany and off-road accreditations tried on the sloppy streets of Eastnor, UK, the rough trails of Moab in Utah, and the sand hills of Dubai.
This new 4x4 guarantees to bring an unparalleled expansiveness of capacity and new dimensions of solace and drivability to the Defender family.
We can hardly wait to see it unveiled later in the year. Click here to leave your details and we’ll keep you up-to-date with all the latest news, offers and events.