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We will do so also in the future because we always learn.”A few months ago, an undisguised interior image of the Defender was leaked on Twitter.
The picture, which has since been deleted also revealed the SUV’s infotainment system, along with the hint of a middle seat (suggesting a potential three-seat layout) and an amusing set of labelled pedals with “GO” stamped on the accelerator and “STOP” printed on the brake.
Dubbed the P400e, it produces 398bhp and between 400Nm and 645Nm of torque.
Like all engines in the new Defender’s line up, its mated to an automatic gearbox and an all-wheel-drive system.
Land Rover’s D240 unit is a re-tuned version of the same engine, sitting in the Defender’s mid-range, with 237bhp, 430Nm of torque and a 0–62mph time of 8.9 seconds.
The range-topping diesel engine is a turbocharged 3.0-litre straight-six with 296bhp, 700Nm of torque and a claimed 0–62mph time of 7.4 seconds.
JLR executive, Dr Ralph Speth, said: “We’re already doing this now…
We used the modular architecture and elements of our chassis for weight reduction to make the new Discovery a better-handling car.
The headlights, for example, seem to feature a clear round headlamp with small indicator bulbs to the side - albeit fared into the main unit, unlike the classic Defender.
Range-topping HSE models add unique 20-inch Krypton alloys, leather upholstery, Matrix LED headlights and a 740W Meridian surround sound system.
Land Rover will also offer four accessory packs, called “Explorer,” “Adventure,” “Urban” and “Country.” Details remain sparse, but we assume these packages will outfit the Defender with a range of functional and cosmetic additions, such as a snorkel, a roof rack or a tailgate ladder.
The long-wheelbase 130 model shares its wheelbase with the 110 and its overall length increases to 5,100mm.
Land Rover’s new Defender 90 will be offered with either five or six seats in a three-plus-three arrangement, with a middle seat for the front bench.
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Most of the powertrains appear to be pulled from Land Rover’s existing line-up and all, with the exception of the most powerful diesel engine, will be available from launch.