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Upcoming India New 2020 Land Rover Defender: full details, specs and pics

The reborn Land Rover Defender is unashamedly our star of 2019.The design and engineering teams at Land Rover had an unenviable task when setting out to create a new Defender. The model had been at the heart of the brand ever since it was the basis for the firm’s creation in 1948.The five-door version of the new model. The three-door 90 will come later in 2020

The new car’s profile is unmistakably Defender, with the distinctive bonnet and strong roofline, not to mention the spare wheel sited on the side-opening tailgate.The larger wheels being offered on the new model required new structural capabilities.

Inside, the Defender gets a sophisticated new electronics architecture that offers the latest smartphone connectivity, but is also future-proofed by over-the-air upgradability. The dominant feature on the fascia is the central, exposed magnesium crossbeam – a structural component which, Land Rover claims, you could use to move the car if you tugged it hard enough. It’s more likely to be useful because of its integrated grab handles.

New Land Rover Defender: Engine 

The engine line-up comprises two petrols, one with mild-hybrid technology, and a couple of diesels. The P300 is the regular four-cylinder petrol, with 296bhp, while the bigger sellers are likely to be the D200 (197bhp) and D240 (237bhp) diesels. The hybrid is the P400, which has a straight-six turbocharged and supercharged petrol engine. demand for the retro-look 18-inch steel wheels extends far beyond the entry-level edition of the car on which they are offered
New Land Rover Defender: tech and infotainment The new Defender is unrecognisable when it comes to technology. A suite of driver-assistance systems, connectivity features and infotainment displays makes it one of the most technologically advanced models Land Rover has ever produced. There’s also a new remote app which allows owners to pre-condition the Defender via a smartphone.
3D surround camera makes it easy to navigate tight parking spots or off-road tracks on the move.
Defender has a wade depth of 900mm. Display graphic indicates how close to maximum depth Defender is.  
Part of a 3D surround camera system, the tech allows you to see ‘through’ the bonnet when off-road. Owners are able to configure the lighting in the Defender’s cabin to match their mood or driving style.


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