Land Rover Defender is one of the oldest off-road models in the world. It is one of the three classic models in hard-core off-road along with Mercedes-Benz G and Wrangler, and they all maintain the rhythm of “no change for ten years”. These three models all pursue the most hard-line style, and they are naturally the “favorites” of modification fans. Today I will introduce a 1984 Land Rover Defender modification model to you.
In terms of appearance, the modified car generally retains the shape of the Land Rover Defender pickup, and some of the tough guy style of the past can be seen overall, but compared with the modified shape, the momentum is still weaker. The front face of the body has more than one circle of bumpers outside the three-banner grille, and it is equipped with a large circular function group and lights below, which are the most standard features of Land Rover off-road.
In addition, we can also see a very hidden car logo on the front of the car. Compared with the overall body, it is indeed a bit shabby, but the shape is already the biggest symbol, and the car logo is a bit cumbersome. There are also more than one bright black plaques on the hood. Compared with sports cars that want to open a few more cooling holes on the hood, this tough guy obviously hopes to have more protective measures.
The side and rear of the body have been slightly modified, but the classic shape of the Defender is still retained. But the shape of this rim is a bit too exaggerated, and it feels like a military vehicle is nothing more than that. A large number of roll cages are also installed above the cargo box to better ensure the safety of the vehicle under extreme road conditions or during extreme speed driving. The huge spare tire is not installed on the rear door panel of the cargo compartment, but is installed on the rear window of the passenger compartment, which is also unique.
In terms of interior, we can see how the interior of the car used to be arranged. It has a rather retro structure. Even the steering wheel maintains a simple four-spoke shape, not to mention the LCD instrument panel and the central control display. . The interior of the modified car adopts a pure black design, which has a feeling of choosing people and devouring them. The relatively simple design also shows the toughness of the car.
If a global catastrophe is really coming, then you must definitely need such a loyal “guard”. This modified Land Rover Defender pickup has a raised chassis and all-terrain tires. The shape alone gives people a full sense of security. In this way, even wandering earth is not afraid!
Photo: Supercar spy