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New Land Rover Defender to go on Irish tour

Wednesday, 5th February, 2020 4:36pm

Land Rover has defined all-terrain capability and toughness from the conception of its very first 4x4. The Series and Defender models before it, have gone above and beyond for decades, securing iconic status for their ability to help people make more of their world. The new Defender takes these much loved characteristics and reimagines them for the 21st century.

The result is a visually compelling vehicle that couldn’t be anything else but a modern Defender for a world that has changed massively since the original was created. With its distinctive silhouette and optimum proportions, the new Defender has toughness at its core while its interior’s rugged modular architecture embraces the spirit of adventure that has been a fundamental part of Land Rover DNA for more than 70 years.

Every detail of the exterior design has been creatively developed to re-enforce Defender’s DNA - sophisticated, durable and extremely tough. The new Defender is available in 90 and 110 body designs, with six models available; Defender, S, SE, HSE, Defender X and First Edition, with practical commercial models set to join the line-up later in the year.

Irish customers will experience the Defender 110 First Edition model on the Defender Ireland Tour.

Irish prices start from €68,160 for the Defender 110 2.0 SD4 AWD Auto model.

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