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Land Rover Defender as we like it
This year, we certainly did not miss new cars, and Land Rover Defender was one of the highlights that were introduced...
Still, those who are fans of the previous iteration of this four-wheeler will certainly find the latest ECD creation to be very interesting. It is Project Blackcomb, which seems bold, in keeping with its name but also its roots.
Built on the Defender 90 model base, the British SUV is finished in Zermatt silver, with brilliant black accents. It has received 18-inch Sawtooth wheels, with BF Goodrich all-terrain tires and several additional upgrades, which contribute to its improved attitude while cultivating its practicality and off-road power. The new front bumper with integrated daytime running lights has left room for a winch, and there is an exoskeleton too.
If we step inside the driver's cabin, we will see delicate black leather on the seats with diamond pattern and white seams, with a black plush sky and Momo steering wheel. The gauges are brand new to this model, just as is the case with the infotainment system, which is connected to an audio system that has an amplifier in the subwoofer. The unique Defender has remote start, keyless entry, Wi-Fi hotspot, rear exhaust, twilight headlights and several other added benefits.
The model has a 6.2-liter engine, paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, and can develop up to 565 horsepower, which should be more than enough for you to climb steep hills and other everyday challenges.
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