The British based automaker Land Rover has brought its latest concepts to the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show, the DC100 and the DC100 Sport, bragging about improving them.
According to Land Rover, the DC100 and DC100 Sport are actually previewing the future generation of the Defender and the way that the iconic model will evolve. The two concept vehicles were already shown at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show in September, but Land Rover says that it has now improved them, a fact well proven by the audience who received them with enthusiasm. Since the German automotive event in September, the DC100 and DC100 Sport have received some different alloy wheels and the hardtop has been painted in Heritage Blue. The DC100 has also received a modified admission system which has been developed in order to resist in deep water. The luggage support on fitted on the roof will also help its future owners to keep their things dry when crossing large rivers in remote countries.
Land Rover says that its DC100 Concept is powered by a 2.0 liter four-cylinder engine which technically has enough torque to get you out of any situation. The DC100 Sport is previewing the future Defender droptop and it will be developed for those who want some “strong sensations”, coming with a petrol powered 2.0 liter four-cylinder engine. Both concepts, the DC100 and the DC100 Sport have been made on a light platform.