Land Rover debuts trio of limited edition anniversary Defenders
Land Rover celebrates the 68th and final year in production of the Defender with a trio of limited editions. The Autobiography Edition is all about creature comforts. Based only on the smallest wheelbase Defender 90 Station wagon, it gets a full Windsor leather interior and pretty much everything that the company offers as an optional cabin equipment extra as standard. The diesel engine has also been tuned to deliver 150PS instead of the usual 122PS and the finishing touch is a custom two-tone exterior paint finish.
The Heritage Edition incorporates exterior design features from Land Rovers of old, including a retro reimagining of the front grille. It also gets a coat of iconic Grasmere Green paintwork and a contrasting white roof and the effect is completed with HUE 166 graphics, a nod to the number plate on the original pre-production Land Rover.
The final special edition, the Adventure Edition, is optimized for those that really want to take the road less traveled. It has additional underbody shielding to protect it when it drives over the most unforgiving terrain as well as Goodyear MT/R tires for even better grip.