Land Rover Defender XTech Limited Edition extended into 2012 model year image

The British based automaker Land Rover has recently announced that the Defender XTech Limited Edition has been extended into the 2012 model year due to high demand on the local auto market.

According to the company, the 2012 Land Rover Defender XTech Limited Edition is basically the same as the 2011 model year, except for the unique Nara Bronze or Orkney Grey exterior, headlamp surrounds, black roof, black Saw Tooth 16-inch alloy wheels wrapped in MTR off-road tires, black chekered plate for the sills and bumper, wheel arches and some minor interior modifications, such as the Land Rover logo embossed front headrests and black leather.

The 2012 Land Rover Defender XTech Limited Edition is still powered by the company’s 2.2 liter diesel engine, which is mated to a six-speed manual transmission and it’s providing 260 lb-ft of torque (360 Nm), which is enough for some easy towing or off-roading. Standard equipment offered with the 2012 Land Rover Defender XTech Limited Edition includes the heated seats, heated windscreen, traction control, ABS, air conditioning, central locking and more, and the limited edition is also available as a 90 Hard Top or 110 Utility Wagon. The model will go on sale from July and it will be 3,000 pounds more expensive than the current 27,995 GBP.