The ecd automotive design Land Rover Defender is an icon of power and off-road capability that has been reborn for the 21st century. This reborn SUV lets you customize your vehicle to match your personality with three dynamic powertrain choices, proven off-road characteristics, and groundbreaking innovations.
Reborn interior design cues blend the Defender’s rugged attitude with luxurious comfort for a cabin that’s as capable off-road as it is on the road. The versatile layout and practical design help make every journey more memorable than ever.
The four-door Defender 110 has 13.7 cubic feet of cargo when the rearmost seats are in use, and 43.5 cubic feet with them folded. That’s slightly less than the Aviator but much more than a Honda CR-V or Toyota RAV4.
A Passenger-across front-row bench with split 40/20/40 seating increases the Defender’s cargo capacity to 80.9 cubic feet. That’s a nice amount of room, especially compared to the Lincoln Aviator’s 18.3 cubic feet.
The Defender comes in 18 different exterior color options, and it’s also available in a new set of metallic shades that are exclusive to the SUV. These include Tasman Blue, Pangea Green, and Gondwana Stone.
The Pivi Pro infotainment system features an 11.4-inch touchscreen loaded with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, SiriusXM, and HD Radio. Additional safety features like lane-keep assist, blind-spot monitoring, and wade-sensing make the Defender a smart choice for navigating the city and off-road terrain.