British automobile giant Land Rover has specialised in sports utility vehicles for a long time. Over the years they have produced magnificent products, which have stood the test of time. Their most rugged and iconic machine was the Defender.
Land Rover plans to introduce its next generation of products in markets. This means that it will be phasing out its older and less desirable offerings. Their next-gen products are set to enter favourable markets by early 2016.
The manufacturer will be signing off their Defender with one last special model. Every Land Rover enthusiast can rejoice as they will be introducing three different editions as a final tribute to the iconic vehicle. They will be called as Autobiography, Heritage and Adventure.
The three special editions by Land Rover will be available only with a diesel 2.2-litre mill:
The Land Rover Autobiography Defender will be powered by a 2.2-litre diesel mill. This mill will produce 148 bhp, along with 400.69 Nm of peak torque. It will sport Santorini Black along the bonnet, grille, upper bodywork and headlamp area. They will also provide Windsor leather within the cabin.
The Heritage Edition on the other hand will be limited to 400 specimens and three body shapes. It will be offered in Grasmere Green metallic paint job, along with white roof and silver for front bumper, grille and headlamp area. Extensive use of aluminium is visible within the cabin.
The last limited model Adventure edition will be available in two body shapes and only 600 of these will be available. It will sport a roof rack, snorkel and rear access ladder, along with underbody, under sill protection. The interiors gets a combination of Windsor leather and bright aluminium. Land Rover will offer three colour options Phoenix Orange, Yulong White and Corris Grey.
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