“Next time you’re late for work, it’s worth remembering that nothing gets in the way of a Land Rover.”
This is most likely the last time you’ll see a Defender on the Land Rover stand at a car show.
Wearing chassis number 40, this 1970 Land Rover Range Rover was built specifically for the model’s press launch.
Join us as we check out the car landscape in Rome, Italy.
Land Rover’s Heritage division aims to offer a full catalog of Series, Discovery, Defender and Range Rover parts.
We’ll take one of the Heritage Editions, please!
Join us as we look at Iveco’s interesting but ultimately unsuccessful attempt to dethrone the Land Rover Defender.
According to Land Rover, the Defender only shares two components with the original model that was introduced in 1948.
Maurice Wilks, Rover’s managing director in the 1940s, sketched a rough drawing of what would become the Land Rover Series I into the sand to show his idea to his brother Spencer.
Defender production is set to end in December of this year.