Few SUVs have as much pure off-road credibility as the legendary Land Rover Defender. The Ultimate Expedition Machine dates back seven decades and has done it all, from crossing mountains to fording rivers and everything imaginable in between.
The previous-generation Defender traces back to the early 1980s (updated in the 1990s), but it fell short of US regulations in the late ’90s and hasn’t been available in the American market since. The vehicle was also discontinued in 2016, with the expectation that an updated, redesigned SUV would follow.
After a wait, it’s arrived. Land Rover pulled the cover off at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Here’s a closer look at the new Defender, in all its glory:
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