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Last Call: Land Rover Defender drops a bit early

Are you ready for the new Land Rover Defender? This is what it looks like apparently.

The Defender 90 and the 110 are almost here. It looks like they’ve leaked a bit early though, and you can check it out above. There’s even a version apparently fitted with steel wheels. I’m not sure that will be an option on a US-bound version, but I hope it’s a choice.

I’ve been wary to see this thing finally roll out. And I still have concerns, but every new image I see has the Defender growing on me. How about you?

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4 responses to “Last Call: Land Rover Defender drops a bit early”

  1. outback_ute Avatar

    Official release tomorrow apparently. Also note a 3-seat front row shown above – I bet nobody saw that coming.

  2. Maymar Avatar

    Well, at least it looks fairly right with steelies. Otherwise, just throw some Discovery badges on the 110, because it at least feels like a better Disco than the one we got.

  3. salguod Avatar

    Front 3/4 looks good, but that body colored C pillar is really bugging me. The rear looks terrible too. The original looked like it did in the rear for utilitarian reasons. This is a properly styled, modern expensive vehicle. They spent a lot of effort to make it look like the old one that no one spent any effort on and it looks terrible.

    1. Rover 1 Avatar
      Rover 1

      The old one went under the guiding hand of David Bache before construction started.He was responsible for giving the Land Rover Series II a more domesticated appearance than its more agricultural predecessor. The revised shape, completed in just six weeks lived on, little changed,until Land Rover Defender production ceased in early 2017.

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