It’s good news for the lovers of Land Rover as the land Rover Defender has transformed into a magnificent form that is sure to grab every body’s attention. The Land Rover Defender is now crafted skilfully using the advanced powertrains, new model specifications with more options for its customers.
The Land Rover claims that a new Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) model – the P400e – is the unit of Defender’s expanded appeal for 2021 Model Year. The model comes with a 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 300PS and a 105kW electric motor powered by a 19.2kWh battery. The 404PS P400e delivers substantial torque alongside low running costs, with CO2 emissions of 74g/km that offers economy of 85.3mpg (3.3l/100km).
The model promises of running in all-electric mode with zero tailpipe emissions for up to 27 miles (43Km), even on the off-road.
Nick Collins, Vehicle Line Director Defender, Jaguar Land Rover, said: “The Land Rover Defender’s capabilities continue to evolve with a range of powertrain and design enhancements. Defender customers have more choice than ever with a full selection of exterior and interior colours and trims, including the distinctive new X-Dynamic model and choice of 90 and 110 body designs.”
The Defender’s feature includes the new P400e, six-cylinder Ingenium diesel engine which gives smooth, strong performance on-road and an unrivalled expert off-road. The company has taken care of everything so that it delivers the unique product to its customer with new X-Dynamic specification that is available on both Defender 90 and 110, it is also offering a range exterior and interior design elements which reflect the 4×4’immense capability. The new P400e Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) variant is available with the 110 body design. The full-sized plugin -in hybrid electric 4×4 along with the P400e is capable of being driven in low range purely in EV mode.
The company is offering Defender in various colours like Yulong White, Silicon Silver and Carpathian Grey available in combination with a choice of contrast roof finishes. Defender 110 now comes with the Folding Fabric Roof with the customer of Defender 90 can avail and the choice of a Suspension Pack. The other features like Premium LED headlights, Meridian Sound System, Head-Up Display and Front Fog Lights can all be added individually
Iain Gray, Senior Manager, Powertrain Advanced Engineering, Jaguar Land Rover, said: “The advanced new P400e Plug-In Hybrid perfectly balances performance with fuel economy and all-electric off-road capability. The latest model also provides refined and powerful new in-line six-cylinder diesel engines that bring improvements in fuel economy and drivability. They join a comprehensive range of powertrain options for Defender.”
As per the Land Rover, the Defender P400e models are 20-inch alloy wheels with Electronic Air Suspension and a charging port. The Defender P400e is accessible with five or six seats, it offers three-zone climate control, Privacy Glass and Solar Attenuating Glass. The P400e can pull up to 3,000kg and can carry a roof load of 168kg (dynamic) or 300kg (static).
The Defender has also gained a new X-Dynamic trim level features tough exterior design and unique interior fittings that will attract customers to own it. Defender 90 Hard Top is available from £35,820 OTR (ex.VAT) in the UK, and the cost of 110 Hard starts from £43,012 OTR (ex. VAT)
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