New Land Rover Defender 90 on sale | New Release - Car News Mar 2020

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16:25 Wednesday 04 Mar 2020

The new Land Rover Defender 90 has gone on sale priced from £40,290 on-the-road.

The three-door, short-wheelbase Defender 90 comes hot-on-the-heels of its bigger brother the Defender 110.   Customer deliveries of the Defender 90 are expected to start in the summer.

Designed to invoke the rugged off-road spirit of the original 1948 Series 1 Land Rover, the new Defender range also embraces the latest technology and will see a Plug-in Hybrid Electric powertrain join the line before the end of the year.   The new model also sees the introduction of Land Rover’s Pivi infotainment system with intuitive interface, dedicated back-up battery, and advanced software-over-the-air updates.

The new Defender 90 retains Land Rover’s legendary practicality, and amongst a host of cabin storage options is a fold-down front row middle seat which, when erect, enables six occupants to travel in comfort in a body no longer than the average family hatchback, but when not in use can be converted into a front armrest and oddment stowage.

Defender 90 comes with a number of optional packs for personalisation, including Explorer, Adventure, Country, and Urban packs.  The latter, which includes front undershield, bright rear scuff plate, metal pedals, and spare wheel cover, has been the most popular for Defender 110 customers.


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