Land Rover Defender Motoring Review
Options of a new premium seat design, upgraded in-car entertainment and a choice of four new contrast roof colours are now available to Defender customers.
Substantial improvements were made to the specification last year, including the introduction of the 2.2-litre diesel engine, ventilated discs and detail improvements to the interior.
Smart new, contrast roof colours can now be chosen against the majority of the Defender paint palette. In addition to the standard Fuji white, customers can now opt for Santorini black, Indus silver, Orkney grey or Firenze red. The Firenze red, for example, can be chosen with the Santorini black roof and the Baltic blue with Indus silver or simply retain their body colour.
Premium part leather seats which contour your body are available to the driver and front-seat passenger, sporting the Land Rover logo on the backrest. The style of the seat naturally enhances driving support and comfort over the toughest of terrains. An integrated, centre stitch line on the headrest is also visible and adapts to the current standard seat in the Defender.
The base audio system for the Defender has a single-slot CD player, USB, Aux jack and 4x50W amplification with an optional audio upgrade available for Bluetooth connectivity with remote microphone.
A plain black pick-up hood is also available as an option and a plain beige hood for the 110 double cab pick-up. Both options are in addition to existing styles.
All models have tinted glass and there’s the option of part leather standard seats in addition to the new premium seats.