Image: Fazizul Haqimie
Image: Fazizul Haqimie

The iconic Land Rover Defender has always been the representative of the greatest off-road capabilities with roots of the vehicle that can be traced back in the 1940s.

The all-new Defender’s distinctive silhouette is a modern interpretation of the original 4×4 utilitarian’s strong, confident, sophisticated design.

A rugged look, robust architecture and an interior that blends sophistication with practicality. 

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There are a lot of features and design elements that make the new Land Rover Defender stand out from the crowd.

An emotionally engaging exterior

The Defender effortlessly combines functional engineering with an emotionally engaging design – the toughest vehicle ever made. 

Evolving the all-aluminum monocoque to its strongest ever design, making it safe, tough, light, package efficient, aerodynamic, capable, engaging and fun to drive.

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Commanding with a strong presence on the road with a boxy proportion and a menacing presence, the Defender remains one of the world’s most recognisable four-wheel-drive vehicles.

Its design is a bridge between the elegance of Range Rover and the family-oriented, Land Rover Discovery.

The latest Land Rover Defender still retains its classic iconic look with its boxy shape,  Alpine windows in the roof and the characterful round headlights

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Moreover, the floating pillars and alpine light add to the Land Rover Defender’s distinctive character with solid shoulders and powerful squared-off wheel arches that communicate the vehicle’s purposeful stance.

Interior: a practical, modern space

Land Rover has gone to great lengths to ensure the new Defender is tailored to the Land Rover DNA with its strength, durability and highly functional interior architecture.

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With the latest Land Rover Defender, the British automaker has positioned the model as a product of technological innovation, rather than just being just a utilitarian off-roader.

Every element of New Defender’s interior has been designed with integrity and bears testimony on the vehicle’s spirit of adventure.

Step into the cabin of the new Defender, the dashboard looks sleek and modern. It’s undeniably sturdy-looking.

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The extreme off-road capabilities are reinforced by the durability of grab handles for passengers to cling onto.

The interior also pays homage to the original design like exposed screw heads and bare metallic surfaces and also its practical-priority nature of its predecessor by offering an abundance of cubby holes, shelves and storage. 

Moreover, the SUV offers a host of functional and optional features that includes centre console with refrigerator and brilliantly flexible seating configurations, including an optional front jump seat.

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Defender Ultimate Personalisation

Whether you are on an adventure exploring the great outdoors or cruising around the concrete jungle, the Land Rover Defender line-up offers Four Accessory Packs created to accommodate different lifestyle choices; Explorer Pack, Adventure Pack, Country Pack and Urban Pack and even individual add-ons. 

The most notable of these include a raised air intake, front and rear classic mudflaps, portable rinsing system, integrated air compressor, and even a roof-top tent option.

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Make a statement with the all-new generation of the Land Rover Defender’s modernised neo-retro look with optimum durability and toughness.

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.

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