According to the latest findings, the legendary Land Rover slowly approaching the end of his long career, but his successor arrives 2016 Land Rover Defender. Defender does not appear before the summer of 2016 but will likely be presented during the 2015’s the concept version at some of the larger fairs.
2016 Land Rover Defender Review
The design will be used aluminum, while the engines currently referred Ingenium new four-cylinder turbo-diesel engines and petrol engines and V6 engines.
Bundles will be offered automatic transmissions with 8 and 9 degrees, and for now there is no definitive answer to whether there will be an option of a manual gearbox.
Land Rover is normally more 2011 introduced several versions of the DC100 concept vehicles (DC100 and DC100 Sport Concept), which announced the idea on the successor to the Defender, but am informed that the new model will not be inspired by the aforementioned concepts.
In any case, the new Defender will be easier, safer, easier to steer, faster and more economic with respect to the current model has.
The brand-new Defender will certainly be the most qualified Land Rover ever before constructed, according to Phil Popham, Jaguar Land Rover’s team marketing director.
A preview through a concept auto is currently being reviewed. Potential debuts for a concept are following March at the Geneva show, at the New York show in the spring or at the Frankfurt show next September.
When it comes to the new Defender being pitched as “premium sturdiness”, it will possess the new Ingenium four-cylinder turbocharged diesel as well as petrol engines as well as V6 engines, Autocar understands.
They will be connected to eight and nine-speed automatic gearboxes as standard, but there is no definitive news on whether there will be the option of a manual transmission. The new Defender will be able to thrive in the world’s harshest conditions, to the extent that it will be able to ‘plug into’ existing component networks by using the same wheel and tyres sizes as Toyota’s Land Cruiser and Hilux.
The premium durability theme for the new Defender extends to the interior. Land Rover’s design team is aiming for a cabin that is distinctly more upmarket and better made than that of the Land Cruiser, for example.
This, combined with the intention of world-class mechanical durability and off-road ability, should give the Defender a decisive difference in this market niche. The extra luxury and comfort should also make it more appealing to affluent urban buyers.