Land Rover and Bear Grylls have recently teamed up in order to create a one-off version of the Defender, called the Defender 2,000,000.
Back in May, fans were invited to join the production line in Solihull in order to help create this one-off vehicle. Bear Grylls was also on the list and he has given some exclusive touches to what may very well be the best off-roader the car industry has ever provided, or the most iconic one at least. The model in question has been called the Land Rover Defender 2,000,000 and it has received the map of Red Wharf Bay engraved into its aluminum fender, which is the place where the design for the original Land Rover was drawn in the sand, first.
The brand new Land Rover Defender 2,000,000 will not be teaching you any survival skills and don’t expect it to drink its own urine or eat maggots because we are still talking about a refined vehicle. However, expect the Santorini Black wheels and wheel arches, grille, side mirror caps, roof and door hinges, an aluminum plaque in the cabin which has been signed by everyone who helped on the assembly line, and, of course, that appealing Indus Silver exterior paint. The one-off Land Rover Defender 2,000,000 is ready to go and it will be finding a new owner at the Bonhams auction, in December. However, fans can take a closer look at it at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.