You’ve seen the INKAS VIP Mobile Office, now check out their new armored Land Rover Defender. Featuring full perimeter armoring up to CEN 1063 BR6 standards, which means 7.62mm assault rifle protection and the ability to withstand two X2 DM51 hand grenade blasts, along with military-grade ballistic glass that replicates the OEM model’s curves.
Industrial designer Oliver Bell understands the growing desire for experiences to improve the environment, and what better way to do so than in a futuristic laboratory on wheels. Introducing the Land Rover Antarctic Research Concept (ARC), which combines modern and sustainable technologies with a template for a cleaner future. This vehicle would be parked at Land Rover’s Global Research Base, or hubs located in and around Antarctica.
With “No Time to Die” set for release in theaters on October 8th in the United States, it’s only fitting that Land Rover reveal a special edition model inspired by the long awaited film. Introducing the Land Rover Defender V8 Bond Edition, created by Land Rover SV Bespoke, and based on the 110 body style. In addition to the Extended Black Pack with 22-inch Gloss Black wheels and Xenon Blue front brake calipers, you also get a ‘Defender 007’ rear badge, 007 puddle lamp, illuminated treadplates as well as an exclusive touchscreen animation on the Pivi Pro infotainment system.
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Electric Classic Cars specializes in electrifying vehicles like the classic Land Rover Defender, and Mat Watson of CarWow recently got the chance to drive two of them: a 1996 Land Rover Defender and 2010 Land Rover Defender SVX Spectre. The petrol powerplant has been swapped out for a Tesla Model S 100D system that sits in the middle of the chassis, which means it has been rotated and connected to prop shafts, complete with electronic locking differentials at each end.