The all-new Land Rover Defender that recently arrived in Brunei shores is the perfect SUV for those who seek raw experience and off-road adventure.

The British icon is capable to rove the land in any terrain, regardless of conditions, making it the toughest vehicle ever made.

Uncover New Territories  with the Defender

Engineered for both off-road ruggedness and on-road comfort, the Defender is more than ready to take on extreme environments and tackle any terrain with confidence.

The Defender can negotiate the highway for long road trips as effortlessly as it can traverse the steep desert inclines and rocky mountains. 

Tested to the extreme, such as sand, muddy areas, the vehicle’s engineered durability is twice that of any other Land Rover, built on a platform that can withstand repeated, sustained impacts and has been tested to the extreme.

There is no question that the all-new Land Rover Defender is definitely a strong contender when it comes to off-road prowess. 

The Defender has no trouble conquering the most treacherous terrain. The All-Wheel Drive (AWD) has a twin-speed transfer box and Electronic Active Differential, making Defender our most capable Land Rover.

Moreover, the AWD vehicle delivers a sure-footed driving experience in even the most challenging situations. 

On challenging surfaces, such as sand, grass, or snow, torque can be balanced between the front and the rear wheels to maximize traction, providing greater stability and control.

While on the road, independent front and rear suspension work in concert with Electronic Air Suspension with Adaptive Dynamics for an amazingly smooth driving experience. 

Whereas, the twin-speed transfer box is to ensure you have a range of lower gears at your fingertip that proves invaluable in challenging conditions such as steep inclines or off-road.

In addition, the Electronic Active Differential (EAD) and the braking system delivers responsive, controlled cornering and handling through even the tightest of corners.

The system does so by controlling the slip between the left and right wheels on the rear axle.

Powerful Through and Through

If you are looking for true power with a more rugged system, the Defender is definitely the best option. 

It is packed with a lot of brawn under their hoods and equipped with a powerful 3.0-litre Inline 6 Turbocharged Petrol 400PS engine.

Delivering 400 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque with 0-100km/h acceleration in 6.1 seconds, the powerful engine enables the Defender to take on a variety of terrain.

Furthermore, the Defender is equipped with intelligent Stop/Start technology that is designed to improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions.

More Intelligent Than Ever

The all-wheel SUV is effective both on-road and off-road, without compromising daily driving comfort.

The vehicle can handle any sandy, wet and gravelly roads with impeccable ease, thanks to its all-terrain capability, wading ability and Terrain Response.

Not only that, but the Defender is also packed with brilliant innovation for superior off-road capability and on-road comfort. 

It is equipped with a myriad of the latest driving technologies to tackle challenging terrains with confidence. 

The Defender boasts intelligent features such as 3D Surround Camera, a 360 parking aid and Head-up Display2 that help you see your path from any angle and alert you to potential obstacles 

One of the highlighted features is the ClearSight Ground that displays a wide-angle camera view of the rear that is usually hidden by the bonnet and directly ahead of the front wheels,

In addition, the Defender features off-road technologies that include Low Traction Launch, Gradient Release Control and Hill Descent Control.

All in all, with its unmatched muscular presence and superior off-road capability, are beyond that of any other Land Rover brands, however, the new Defender definitely captures a better daily driving.

To view the SUV up close, head over to Indera Motor’s new and state-of-the-art showroom in Beribi and visit their Instagram @landroverbn or call them at 2391000 for more details. – sponsored content

This article was first published on August 15, 2020 in our Weekly E-Paper issue 103



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