Land Rover Defender – Exterior and interior Details

Highs –

Legendary off-road abilities, smooth on-road ride, nicely outfitted cabin.

Lows –

Six-cylinder engine isn’t as perky as expected, best accessories and options add a lot to the bottom line, brakes are difficult to smoothly modulate.

Verdict –

The first Defender became an icon the world over, and this modernized version adds to that legacy.

Overview

From modest off-roader to luxuriously appointed overlander, the 2021 Land Rover Defender offers is an adventure-mobile with undeniable capability—and desirability. Its design is technically retro, but it represents a modern twist on the legendary Defender from the previous generation.

What’s New for 2021?

The two-door “90” body style sees increased availability for 2021 and now comes in base, S, X, First Edition, and new X-Dynamic trims. Speaking of X-Dynamic, this new trim level is also now available on the four-door “110” model and provides the appearance items from the top-spec X without the expensive off-road-tech features, such as the adjustable air suspension and active differential.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

The 2021 Defender is powered by a standard turbocharged four-cylinder engine mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Of course, every model features all-wheel drive and locking differentials for navigating treacherous terrain. The Defender is also available with a 3.0-liter inline-six.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

The Defender’s cabin walks the line between premium and utilitarian, with just enough design cues from the rest of the Land Rover lineup to make those familiar with the brand feel right at home. Exposed rivets in the door panels add a particularly rugged appearance, and a magnesium beam that runs the full width of the dashboard isn’t entirely cosmetic

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