Land Rover is celebrating themselves with the 75th anniversary edition of the Defender. And it’s featured in a very cool grasmere green. Furthermore, the Land Rover Defender is additionally released as both a two-door and four-door model. Can you believe it? It debuted to begin with in the Series I Land Rover. And with the commemorative decoration, the Defender has delivered a green aesthetic in ode to the post-World War II existence. The Defender utilizes a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six engine.
There are features that the Land Rover Defender offers that is truly quite incredible, with a folding fabric roof while also incorporating the 11.4-inch touchscreen in it’s inner module. Even the color of the Land Rover is exclusive to the model.
This Land Rover Means Business.
There’s a wonderful existence that is found in the Land Rover within the short-wheelbase of the two-door and the even longer four-door version. Each Land Rover Defender in this minty-like green is powered by the P400 class 3.0-liter inline-six. The car is turbocharged and supercharged enough as a hybrid to create about 395 horsepower as well as 406 pound-feet of torque. The automatic transmission is driven with eight-speed gear shifts. All on par for course for the four-wheel drive.
This Color that the Land Rover Defender offers is described as the Grasmere Green. It’s the type of color that you would notice in a 1950s British hospital though, it’s a little light and metallic more so than other greens found in the automotive industry. This green had extended to painted wheels, as well as interior accents. One can properly say it’s a Wellie on wheels, though it’s very nice. Pricing in itself is to be announced soon. And what can be said about that except that it leads in a legacy that few cars like Jeep or Wranglers can follow.
What is truly really nice about this car is that it’s going to be a welcome companion in the forests. For when you go off-road driving, what else is a better car to go in than a Range Rover? It honestlyoffers the best in driving that you could ever hope for from these car makers.