The Land Rover Defender, one of our absolute favourite cars, will sadly go off sale this year. So to celebrate the end of this somewhat rugged era, what could be better than three very special limited edition cars?
These three models will mark the end of the Defender production at Solihull, and will feature an Autobiography Edition, a Heritage Edition, and the expedition-inspired Adventure Edition – each edition focusing on a different aspect of the car’s character. All models will be available in both the 90 and 110 body styles, with the exception of the Heritage edition.
Available this April in the 90 station wagon body styles, the Autobiography Edition (priced at €64,000) is the most premium model in the line-up with bigger output, LED headlamps, Semi Aniline premium leather seating and aluminium hardware through the vehicle.
Up next is our favourite of the bunch, the Heritage Edition (priced at €39,900), inspired by Series I model from the 40s. The car will be available in the 90 and 110 body styles with Grasmere Green metallic paint, an Alaska White roof, Heritage style front grille and headlamp surrounds, and HUE 166 graphics inspired by the original car.
Last but not least, is the Adventure Edition (priced at €45,900), which is inspired by its history as an expedition vehicle. The model will feature a Santorin Black Adventure grille, wheel arches, bonnet, roof, and rear door, LED headlamps, gloss Black split-spoke diamond-turned alloy wheels, a Windsor leather interior, aluminium detailing, under body protection, and Goodyear MT/R tires.
All models are powered by Land Rover’s 2.2-litre diesel engine and of course, will only be for sale in Europe.
Learn more over at www.landrover.com.