The Defender’s interior looks set to transform with a large central screen and a digital instrument binnacle, much like the system fitted to the latest Land Rover Discovery.
Also like the old Defender, a side-hinged tailgate gives access to the luggage bay.
The new Defender will have an aluminium body built on an aluminium chassis, borrowing a range of components from other Land Rover vehicles.
Modifications to this leaked film car include a bumper-mounted winch, a pair of titanium chequer-plates for the bonnet, black exterior trim, heavily tinted privacy glass and “Alpine” style roof windows – something not spotted on previous development mules. Fourthly, there seems to be quite a bit of wheel clearance (though it%u2019s unknown if this is standard height, off road height, or on coils! Fifthly, checker on the bonnet (yes, the bonnet is a funny shape and there is no real wing to speak of). #landroverdefender #allnewdefender #landroverdefender #landrover #thebest4x4xfar #landrovertheworldover #landroverworld #bignews #didntmakefrankfurt #someonesheadwillrollforthis #spyshot #spyfilm #jamesbondfilmset #allnewdefender2020 #newdefender #newdefendernews #newlandroverdefender #defender #landroverdefender #landroverdefender110 #defender110A post shared by Steven Firth (@shedlocktwothousand) on Land Rover’s latest teaser image follows a raft of leaked specifications, which provided comprehensive details about the new Defender’s dimensions, body styles, engines, trim levels and option packs, as well as confirming specific release dates for each model in the SUV’s range.
In addition, I%u2019m not going to get in trouble for this %u2014 because it%u2019s all over #facebook at the moment! Sixthly, I%u2019m not sure about the mirrors at all. Defender 110 will be 4,758mm long, 1,916mm tall and 1,999mm wide, while its wheelbase will be 3,022mm (119 inches).
Defender 110 models will be available with five, six or seven seats, while the largest 110 model will only be sold as a three-row, eight-seat SUV.
According to leaks, six engines will be available in the new Defender, with buyers given the choice of two petrols, three diesels and a plug-in hybrid variant.
We will do so also in the future because we always learn.”A few months ago, an undisguised interior image of the Defender was leaked on Twitter.
The picture, which has since been deleted also revealed the SUV’s infotainment system, along with the hint of a middle seat (suggesting a potential three-seat layout) and an amusing set of labelled pedals with “GO” stamped on the accelerator and “STOP” printed on the brake.
Dubbed the P400e, it produces 398bhp and between 400Nm and 645Nm of torque.