2018 Land Rover Defender Review, Interior and Specs

April 9, 2017 - by : Pol Alex  |  Land Rover  |  No Comments  |  2337 Views
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2018 Land Rover Defender Review

After 67 years of producing the Defender, Land Rover announced the off-roader’s discontinuation. But shortly after, the automaker said that it was going to release a “new Defender”. This model is expected to differ a lot from the classical SUV. Finally, the company’s officials have said that the new-gen car is about to be introduced to the public. As they announced, the new Defender will be more efficient than its predecessor.

The 2018 Land Rover Defender’s release was postponed for several times as the developers kept on bringing some changes into the project. Their goal was to create a vehicle that would fit the SUV standards, the Land Rover style and could be more competitive on the contemporary market. According to the company, test-drives have shown that the new off-roader has excellent driving qualities. They are described as “sensational”. In spite of all of this, the exact release date remains unclear. Maybe, it will take place early 2018.

The upcoming Defender will borrow some details from other LR cars. For reducing the vehicle’s weigh, the Land Rover engineers have used their traditional chassis system and the changeable architecture. With the improvements, the model will be controlled easier on all kinds of surfaces.

Specialists forecast that the 2018 Land Rover Defender may receive several engine options. The base trim will probably be equipped with petrol or diesel 2L four-cylindered engines. The advanced versions may have a V6 motor with displacement of 3 liters as well as a 5.0-liter eight-cylindered engine. Both power units can be reinforced with superchargers. The inline-fours and V6 will be inherited from the current variant of the Jaguar XE. Considering all the improvements, the Defender’s fuel economy will be better as well, rated at 30 mpg.

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