The team wanted to create a totally new Defender, so, their team's restomod specialist first worked on the truck's powertrain and chassis. The first step was to install a new 6.2-liter LS3 V8 engine to produce the crazy amount of 435 horsepower and up to 577 Newton-meter of torque. Meanwhile, they managed to couple the engine to a six-speed automatic transmission. There's also an HD LT230 transfer case is featured and a performance exhaust, stainless brake lines, and stainless fuel lines.
The Osprey's Land Rover's new powertrain is supported by a complete revamp of the suspension system including a subtle lift, terra firma shocks, and springs, a terra firma steering stabilizer, HD drag link, and track rod, and HD axles. As usual, Osprey's team focused extensively on the exterior of the Defender and the restomod got a painted job becoming a shade dubbed Nara Bronze color. To enhance the exterior, there are also black fenders and accents. The off-roader rides on 18-inch Kahn wheels wrapped in Cooper AT tires. There are improved LED lights both front and rear.
The nine leather seats interior of the Osprey's Defender delivers a cabin now features heated front seats. The headliner is covered in Alcantara to increase the luxury for the new Defender and also upgraded it with power windows at the front, keyless entry, and a double din stereo with DVD, Bluetooth, navigation, Apple CarPlay, and a reversing camera. The eight-speed audio system is also featured.