The Land Rover Defender pricing ranges from 76.57 Lakhs to 1.12 Cr (Ex-showroom). Land Rover Defender is available in 32 different configurations. The highest model of the Land Rover Defender costs 1.12 Cr. you can also read more at our twitter handle
The Land Rover Defender 110 SUV has gigantic proportions, reaching over five metres in length and over two metres in height, and will have a commanding road presence. There is no dispute about the Defender’s skill; it is in its DNA. The Defender looks fantastic and performs superbly, but the cabin, while large, falls short in terms of plastic quality.
Land Rover has introduced the all-new Defender in India, with pricing ranging from Rs. 69.99 lakh for the base Defender 90 variation to Rs. 86.27 lakh for the top-of-the-line Defender 110 First-Edition model (all prices ex-showroom, India). In India, the 2020 Land Rover Defender is sold as a fully built unit (CBU), with both body styles available in five variants: Base, S, SE, HSE, and First Edition.
Land Rover has designed an all-new platform for the Defender called the D7X and it’s a monocoque chassis and the British brand had said at the time of its global debut that it’s the stiffest chassis they have ever designed, in fact, it’s three times stiffer than a body-on-ladder frame. While Land Rover is offering the Defender with two engine (petrol and diesel) options in the global market, India gets only the 2.0-litre, four-cylinder, BS6 petrol engine that put out 292 bhp and 400 Nm of peak torque. A 3.0-litre, six-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine is also expected to join the line-up at a later date.
Land Rover Defender FEATURES :
|Feature||Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror,Multi-function Steering Wheel|
|Price||76.57 Lakhs to 1.12 Cr|
It has completely independent air and coil spring suspension, a payload capacity of 900 kg, a wading depth of 900 mm, a towing capability of 3720 kg, and Land Rover’s most modern Configurable Terrain Response 2 system to maximise traction and complement all mechanicals. In summary, the new Defender includes everything necessary to live up to the cult reputation of its predecessor. When travelling off road, it can lift itself by 145 mm and then automatically levels itself on the asphalt to retain driving dynamics. In order to improve entry and egress, the air suspension decreases ground clearance by 50 mm while entering and exiting the Defender.
It makes its premiere. Defender introduces Land Rover’s new Pivi Pro infotainment system, which, in addition to other fashionable connection capabilities, includes over-the-air (OTA) software upgrades that work anywhere in the globe. Two cellphones may be linked to the 10-inch touchscreen at the same time, and the navigation system can disable voice guiding when travelling on a known route. Other features such as 360-degree camera assist, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, and a head-up display have never been seen in a Defender before, and the new model comes with 85 ECUs capable of processing 21,000 network communications, which is rather amazing.