Jul 11 2012
Defender Comes With New X-Tech Edition
Let’s see the special edition of Land Rover Defender that combines some military notes and ruggedness with added comfort features and special trim.
Land Rover’s classic Defender is the one of the most favorite among off-road vehicles worldwide, and a great part of its appeal is its military-class, iconic approach. The latest model of Defender still gives us an even more impressive look. While it is called the X-Tech, the improved off-roader has some slick new touches to set it apart from all Defenders on the trail. Improvements start with couple of new colors: Orkney Grey and Nara Bronze.
Also Land Rover gives the X-Tech Defender a checkered bumper and side sills, blacked-out roof panel and wheel arches and special badging. New LED lights in the rear of the car finish off the changes of exterior from the standard Land Rover Defender. Also we can see that new Defender rides on a set of cool 16-inch Saw Tooth wheels that are wrapped in serious MTR off-road tires. X-Tech edition is available in five-door wagon and three-door hard-top body styles, the interior completes with a double-tone Almond and Ebony trim with nice Nutmeg stitching on the steering wheel and on the seats.
ABS, Air-conditioning, heated seats and windshield are now included as standard equipment on the new X-Tech edition off-roader. It is equipped with the standard 2.2l diesel engine and 6-speed manual transmission. The new Land Rover Defender X-Tech starts at £27,995 for the hard-top and £32,995 for the utility wagon in the United Kingdom.