A few days ago, we obtained the real car picture of the new Land Rover Defender without camouflage from relevant channels. According to the previously exposed spy photos of the interior, although the shape of the new Defender is still square, the interior style is different from the regular Land Rover models. Adopt a more concise and retro design. It is reported that the new car will be launched globally in September 2019 and will be delivered successively from 2020.
In terms of appearance, the front of the new Land Rover Defender adopts more straight lines and simple curved surfaces as the design language, and the overall shape is square and simple. The new car also adopts a rough and tough design. The quadrangular headlights have a relatively large size, and the interior is separated by semicircular light strips. The shape is not complicated. At the same time, the new car is also equipped with a multi-layer front grille of the same color as the body, and the silver guard plate below extends to the fog lamps on both sides, making the front face of the new car have a wider visual effect.
In addition, the new car is equipped with a roof of a different color from the body, and a larger-sized cooling vent is added to the rear end of the front fender. The protruding wheel eyebrows make the new Defender have a wider body, and the visual effect is more wild.
Judging from the previously exposed interior photos, the new Defender adopts a layered center console design, the four-spoke multifunctional steering wheel has a “DEFENDER” logo in the center, and the spokes are hollowed out with a silver metal texture. In the center console part, full LCD instrument panel, electronic gear handle, air conditioning control knob with temperature display, wide center control screen, etc. are all available, but compared with the Range Rover family, the new Defender also retains more Physical buttons.
It is reported that the new-generation Defender will adopt a load-bearing body structure, the rear axle will adopt a multi-link independent suspension, and it will continue to be equipped with a four-wheel drive system. The power system of the new car is still unknown. Referring to previous information, the new Defender may be equipped with a 2.0T diesel engine, and more electrified derivative models including pure electric versions are expected to be launched later.