The Defender has been around for so long that the technology with which it debuted is once again mainstream. Procrastination is the true beast of any creative enterprise, but most of us may agree that it was not a bad thing that Land Rover resisted the Defender’s reorganization for so long. It was hard not to fall in love with Old Defender’s tough, classic looks, and there’s something about his raw simplicity that seemed better suited to badlands than the sweet new Discovery. But days of strolling are over, as Automotive News Europe claims.
Although the designers of the 2018 Land Rover Defender did not reveal anything concrete with respect to the exterior, we assume that the newly restyled variant would adopt a concentrated aluminum monocomponent, given that almost all vehicles in the Land Rover lineup have a ‘have received. There is only one thing that has been officially confirmed – the 2018 Defender should retain two features of its predecessors and the unique face of the grille. From this newly designed variant should follow the main trends in the automotive industry, which means to own the very modern and desirable LED signature lighting incorporated.
When we take into consideration the interior design of the Land Rover Defender 2018, it is planned to take inspiration from the ingeniously designed Land Rover DC100 concept. One of the most striking features of the interior should therefore be its very spacious, masterfully designed and tasteful cabin, which should be much more attractive, as was the case with the previous variant of the Defender. The Land Rover Defender 2018 should come available with the following features: brightly colored leather seats, which will present the perfect match paired with brightly colored foot mats and a slightly longer wheelbase.
In order to satisfy a more refined taste and, at the same time, attract a large number of its potential buyers, this newly revised variant should come in several types of car bodywork, as well as various trim levels ranging from pure utility to luxury cosseting. The 2018 Land Rover Defender will be equipped with a much wider range of high-tech gadgets that, undoubtedly, will provide much better overall management than was the case with the previous variant.
We are talking about 5.0-liter supercharged V-8s and a 3.0-liter V-6. Both offer superior performance and fuel economy, trying to double on what the Defender currently offers. The six-speed manual transmission and the nine-speed automatic transmission are the two options, although both have all-wheel drive.