The Zulu² is the most - and, arguably, the only - track-capable Defender ever built.
Kahn Design modified the Land Rover Defender 110 off-roader into a six-wheel drive luxury vehicle, the Flying Huntsman 110 WB 6×6. The British tuning shop completely revamped this vehicle with a 400mm extension on the front end, 800mm to the rear cabin, while also widening it by 150mm. Show More Summary
The limited edition Land Rover Defender Heritage and Adventure models will hit showrooms in the coming weeks, although almost every example has already been snapped up by eager buyers. According to the British brand’s local arm, the limited-edition Defender models have been in hot demand, with production of the iconic model set to wrap up […]
Jaguar Land Rover has announced the next stage of its global expansion plans. This week JLR has signed a letter of intent with the Slovak Republic, with a view to developing a new manufacturing plant in the city of Nitra in western Slovakia. Show More Summary
Jaguar Land Rover, like most major automakers, is seeking to expand its production base to more locations around the globe in an effort to hedge against currency fluctuations as well as take advantage of lower costs and improved logistics in various regions. Late last year it started production outside of the United Kingdom for the first time when...
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Fresh from its debut at March’s Geneva Motor Show, Kahn Design’s insane Flying Huntsman 110 WB 6x6 based on the iconic Land Rover Defender is now up for sale, and the very first example, marked the “Prototype Mission 1”, can be yours for £199,875 (approximately $309,835). That’s significantly less than what you...
It’s one of the most recognised products on the planet, but the classic Land Rover Defender is fast heading towards extinction, after 67 years as a 4X4 icon. The final deadline for last orders for the Defender was June 30, and production will cease at the Lode Lane production facility in December, allowing the company […]
Land Rover may be planning its own special farewell for the iconic Defender 4WD, but German carmaker Startech is planning a party of its own. Startech is a German carmaker which is to Jaguar Land Rover as Brabus is to Mercedes-AMG, and the company is a member of the Brabus group. Show More Summary
Production of the current-generation Land Rover Defender could continue into 2016 as the British SUV maker continues to mull where to build the iconic model’s successor. In a statement, Jaguar Land Rover confirmed Defender production at the brand’s Solihull plant in England might continue until the end of January after initially being scheduled to wind […]
Land Rover, just after building its two-millionth Defender (pictured), looks to be extending final production of the go-anywhere utility into January of next year. According to Automotive News Europe, the manufacturer will extend production...Show More Summary
The Land Rover Defender has received a stay of execution.
Land Rover’s iconic Defender may solider on - at least for a few additional months beyond its scheduled end-date. Speaking with the Birmingham Post, an anonymous source said to be a worker at Land Rover’s Solihull facility reportedly revealed the carmaker had given the orders to continue production into next year. Show More Summary
Land Rover Defender production is getting a small extension in the UK and staying at the Solihull plant until early next year. Continue reading Land Rover extends Defender production Land Rover extends Defender production originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 17 Jul 2015 17:15:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Land Rover’s Defender is officially slated to end production this December, but a report is out claiming production may be extended into 2016 due to strong demand for the iconic off-roader. If true, Land Rover’s ongoing celebrations for the Defender’s final year in production may be a bit early. An employee at the Solihull plant...
Twisted specializes in taking the venerable Land Rover Defender and turning it into friendly on-road machines with more power, better brakes, improved handling, and an upgraded interior. The company is the focus of the latest video from Xcar. Show More Summary
For people who love their Land Rover Defenders but feel like they could do with a little more power and comfort, Twisted has an answer.
Celebrating 67 years of iconic Land Rover production, a unique vehicle has been built to commemorate the UK production of the two-millionth Series Land Rover and Defender. Read the rest of the story at: Land Rover marks 2,000,000th production with One-of-a-Kind Defender