Land Rover has introduced a trio of final special editions of the legendary Defender, which will be leaving the production line for the last time in December.
The Land Rover Defender is the most iconic vehicle produced by the British company and with its assembly coming to an end in December, the carmaker has introduced three new final editions. The first one is called the Defender Heritage Edition. This has been inspired from early models and it has a Grasmere Green finish with a white roof, the heritage grille, HUE 166 graphics and several other tweaks. Only 400 units of this will be produced and each one will start from 27,800 GBP.
The model will be made in 90 Hard Top, 90 Station Wagon and 110 Station Wagon body styles and it will become available from August. Next up comes the Land Rover Defender Adventure Edition, which will be put together in 600 units, getting bespoke decals, a leather trimmed interior design, extra underbody protection, Goodyear MT/R tires and so on. The company says that this will go on sale in August too, but for a more expensive price, 43,495 GBP.
Last but not least comes the Defender Autobiography Edition which is a more luxurious versions, getting a two-tone paint and full Windsor leather upholstery, being produced in just 80 units and priced from 61,845 GBP. Power outputs will be from 122 HP (90 kW) and 360 Nm (265 lb-ft) of torque to 150 HP (110 kW) and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque.