The Land Rover Defender Limited Edition has been recently unveiled by the tuners at Prindiville Design.
According to the aftermarket specialists, the Land Rover Defender Limited Edition is actually based on the 90 Hard Top, and the model is coming with titanium exhaust system, chrome rocker bars and LED lights, among other features. The interior design hasn’t been left aside by Prindiville Design and the SU is now fitted with Italian leather sport seats, Alcantara upholstery, a new center console, GPS navigation system, DVD player, five-inch infotainment system with internet connectivity, additional sound deadening material and an individually numbered badge.
“The Limited Edition Land Rover Defender is a truly unique proposition in that it offers a more refined, quiet, and comfortable environment comparable to the of high-end 4x4s. This is an uncompromised solution for either urban city driving or long-distance journeys. The significant interest which we have enjoyed to date will no doubt pave the way for further Land Rover or Range Rover customizations of a similar nature”, as the Prindiville Design Founder and Chief Designer, Alex Prindiville, explains.
Under the hood, the Land Rover Defender Limited Edition by Prindiville Design can be equipped, on the 2.4 liter TDi engine, with a new turbocharger and a high flow intercooler, which will help the unit to develop a total output of 190 horsepower and 460 Nm of torque (339 lb-ft). The SUV can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in this configuration in ten seconds. Production will be limited to 25 units and the price is starting from GBP52,000.