Land Rover debuted the Series I at the 1948 Amsterdam Motor Show, marking the off-road vehicle's 75th birthday the following year. The new Defender 75th Limited Edition, which comes in 90 and 110 body variations, is now available as part of Land Rover's 75th anniversary celebrations.
The unique Grasmere Green paint finish, which is used on the Defender for the first first time and will stay exclusive to the 75th Limited Edition, makes the vehicle stand out. Additionally, a set of 20-inch Grasmere Green wheels with matching center caps have been mounted.
The "75 Years" graphics, privacy glass, and Ceres Silver bumpers complete the special Land Rover Defender's exterior changes.
Based on the lavishly loaded HSE trim level, the Defender 75th Limited Edition comes with a ton of extras. These include the 11.4-inch Pivi Pro infotainment system, head-up display, wireless smartphone charger, three-zone climate control, memory seats, and matrix LED headlights. Although a sliding panoramic top is an option, it is shipped with a folding cloth roof as standard. Naturally, the customizable Terrain Response is included as well.
When choosing a Defender 75th Limited Edition, buyers will have the choice of a retractable fabric roof or a sliding panoramic roof with roof rails. The optional Towing Pack, headlight power wash, and electrically adjustable steering column are all included as standard.
Under the hood, the tough SUV still has the P400 gasoline and D300 diesel mild-hybrid engines working together with the P400e plug-in hybrid powertrain.
Although it is unknown how many will be produced, LR is already accepting orders from early adopters anxious to drive the commemorative model.
The model's starting price in the United Kingdom is £85,995 for the 90 and £89,995 for the 110.