Land Rover Defender Summary
|Max Power||296 bhp @ 5500 rpm|
Land Rover Defender Price List in India
Land Rover Defender price start at ₹ 69.99 Lakh and goes up to ₹ 87.1 Lakh. Check out the entire Land Rover Defender variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Land Rover Defender new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date Defender four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Land Rover Defender Variants Price
|Defender Variants||Ex-showroom Price||Compare|
|1997 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 14 kmpl||₹ 69.99 Lakh|
|1997 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 14 kmpl||₹ 73.41 Lakh|
|1997 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 14 kmpl||₹ 76.57 Lakh|
|1997 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 14 kmpl||₹ 76.61 Lakh|
|1997 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 14 kmpl||₹ 79.99 Lakh|
|1997 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 14 kmpl||₹ 80.43 Lakh|
|1997 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 14 kmpl||₹ 81.3 Lakh|
|1997 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 14 kmpl||₹ 83.28 Lakh|
|1997 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 14 kmpl||₹ 86.27 Lakh|
|1997 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 14 kmpl||₹ 87.1 Lakh|
Land Rover Defender Colours
- Pangea Green
- Gondwana Stone
- Indus Silver
- Tasman Blue
- Eiger Grey
- Santorini Black
- Fuji White
Land Rover Defender Highlights
The Defender has a very rich heritage, and in its latest avatar for the 21st century, the Defender comes across as a hugely capable on and off-roader. It's going to be one of the most iconic products in Land Rover’s line-up and will retain its original character in every possible manner. The model will be ushered in as a CBU with the first lot of SUVs being rolled out in August 2020.
Its rather boxy shape and retro design elements come together to create what is the most sophisticated and nostalgic product till date. This not-so-ordinary crossover will come with proper go-anywhere capabilities, armed with the latest, most rugged equipment. The new Defender has certainly had the folks at Land Rover burn the mid-night oil to bring out what is easily a modern interpretation of an iconic model in recent times. The Land Rover Defender prices have been revealed, with the deliveries set to begin in August 2020.
The design of the Land Rover Defender new model may be boxy, but it is new from ground-up. Up-front, it boasts of a protruding in-built bull bar with a single-slat grille above it, further flanked by large, rectangular LED DRL headlamps. It also gets a lot of black cladding all around, giving it a rather butch stance. The bonnet gets a raised portion with some black highlights on either side. The side profile is quite slab-sided, but you will notice the flared wheel arches that house these massive, rugged tyres. It sports vertically-stacked tail lights in the shape of cubes, and it also features a tail-mounted spare wheel and a skid-plate on the lower half of the bumper. The overall silhouette is of a proper, no-nonsense old school SUV in modern times.
The Land Rover Defender variants are as follows: Base, S, SE, HSE and First Edition. Features include a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system, connected car tech, heads-up display, a Meridian audio system, automatic climate control, LED headlights, grained leather and woven textile seats, rubber flooring, a 360-degree surround camera, wireless charging, 12-way electrically-adjustable and heated front seats and Electronic Air Suspension.
On the safety front, it is equipped with ABS, blind spot assist, traction control, 6 airbags, front and rear parking sensors and a driver condition monitor.
The cabin is a perfect blend of minimalist design details while also being solidly built and well screwed together. At the front, it retains its predecessor's bench-style front seats, which should mean that accommodating even up to six occupants on the short-wheelbase model shouldn't be an issue. The SUV's reinforced chassis will ensure that it will carry about 900kgs of luggage.
There are lots of modern, high-tech bits around that give this new Defender a very modern appeal. The large central infotainment display boasts of Apple and Android smartphone mirroring and a digital driver's display instead of analogue dials that can be reconfigured. The design of the dashboard, although rather boxy like the outside, manages to have a very modern design approach to it. Space and comfort should not be an issue, particularly on the long-wheelbase model.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Land Rover Defender comes with multiple engines for overseas markets, but for India, it will only get a 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 296bhp and 400Nm of torque, with power being sent to all four wheels via an 8-speed automatic gearbox. It will also come with Land Rover's Terrain Response All-Wheel Drive system. The 90 model will do 0-100 in a claimed 8.0 seconds while the 110 model will manage the same in 8.1 seconds. Unfortunately, there was no official confirmation for a diesel-powered Defender at the time of launch.
Given its on-road price, Land Rover Defender directly competes with the Jeep Wrangler.