Land Rover Defender is back, and this time it brings with it the most astonishing improvements in over seven decades. But that's not all—Land Rover is also extending a helping hand to Classic Defender owners, ensuring these legendary vehicles stay on the road.
At this year's prestigious Goodwood Revival Event, Land Rover took the opportunity to unveil an array of enhancements designed specifically for vintage vehicles. These upgrades are either produced by Land Rover Classic or approved by their exacting standards.
One standout at the event was the Expedition Camper, a testament to the possibilities offered by these new enhancements. This remarkable vehicle boasts a TentBox cargo roof set to hit the market in early 2024. Its presence is further amplified by LED headlights, sidesteps, Black Sawtooth tires, and a black exterior pack that lends a distinctive edge to the grille, bolting kit, and metal heritage badging.
Stepping inside the Expedition Camper, you'll find a camper conversion by The Ply Guys, a name bearing the Land Rover Classic seal of approval. This conversion includes a striking Urlar floor with a distinctive pattern, a Croch Suas ceiling that adds a touch of elegance, a Torridon cooking station, and a low-level pull-out drawer complete with a locker crafted from birch ply.
But Land Rover Classic didn't stop there. They also showcased their roof rack and ladder, a sumptuous leather steering wheel, and the SVX alloy gear knob, all adorning a 110 Hard Top model. On a 90 Station Wagon, they embraced the brighter side of things with the exterior Silver package. This package introduced 16-inch Wolf tires finished in black, a practical load space liner made of rubber, and the brilliance of LED rear lights.
For those who wish to commemorate their adventures, Land Rover introduced the Tribute Trophy Packs I and II, a nod to client events of the same name. The first pack brings heritage to the forefront with a Heritage grille featuring metal branding, an A-framed nudge bar, and 16-inch Wolf wheels finished in black.
The Trophy II Package, on the other hand, embraces adventure with an eye-catching adventure front grille, black headlights set against an Expedition Camo wrap, 18-inch Sawtooth tires, and mudflaps adorned with white Heritage logos.
What truly sets these packages apart is that all their interior components have received the seal of approval from Land Rover Classic. This means that customers can acquire these parts directly from the automaker, ensuring their Classic Defenders remain faithful companions for years to come.
In the world of classic and iconic vehicles, Land Rover Defender continues to impress and evolve, bridging the past with the future in the most remarkable way.