Land Rover is set to launch the Land Rover Defender in India today. The iconic 4x4 went through a ground up redesign last year and is now set to go on sale here. Stay tuned as we bring you all the details on the new Land Rover Defender's prices, specs, features, off-road equipment, interiors and engines.
Prices of the new Land Rover Defender have been revealed. This is the full price list
Also on offer are 3D surround view cameras
Higher trims get a Meridian audio system on the Defender
The Ground view camera faeture has been added to the Defender as well
Wireless charging is also available on the new defender
Available are the Clearsight rear view cameras
The traditional Defender arctic windows have carried over here
The Defender can also be had with a front jump seat, or a wide centre console with an optional fridge built in
The new 10-ich Pivi Pro infotainment adds SOTA updates functionality
Ground clearance up to 291mmthanks to air suspension
The Defender's approach, departure and breakover angles
This is the Defender's 900mm water wading depth courtesy the Wade program
The Defender is based on a new D7X monocoque architecture
The India-spec Land Rover Defender has been unveiled
The interiors of the Land Rover Defender are also very well appointed. Notable creature comforts are matrix LED lighting, headlamp washers, up to 14 way adjustable heated and cooled seats, 40:20:40 split rear seats, leather upholstery, heated steering wheel, 360 cameras with a 3D view, digital dials, clear sight rearview camera, three-zone climate control, Meridian audio and the clear exit monitor.
Recently launched internationally, the Defender PHEV will also go on sale in India in the future
The LWB Defender 110 is being launched today. The SWB Defender 90 will be launched in some time although bookings are open
This new D7X architecture gives the Defender a ground clearance of up to 291mm and approach, departure and break-over angles of 38, 28 and 40 degrees respectively for the 110 version. There's also 900mm of wading depth on offer through the new wade program in the Terrain Response 2 system.
Off-roading capability in the Land Rover Defender comes via permanent all-wheel drive, a twin-speed transfer case, centre differential and an optional active locking rear differential. Notable new off-roading tech is the debut of the fully configurable Terrain Response 2 system. Land rover's ground-view camera is also available, which show the area usually hidden by the bonnet.
The Defender is the third line in the Land Rover family aimed at grater off-roading capability. The other two are the Discovery and Range Rover sub brands
The Land Rover Defender launch has begun too. Here's the 4x4 in Kazakhstan
Bookings for the Land Rover Defender have already opened in India
With the 2 Series done, its time for the next massive launch for today. The 2020 Land Rover Defender