Land Rover Defender Launched At Price Rs 73.98 Lakh
In India, the all-new Land Rover Defender has been launched, with prices beginning at Rs 73.98 lakh ( ex-showroom, India). Though Land Rover had announced the Defender prices and opened SUV booking earlier this year, it will just be an official market launch. Those who previously booked defender will take advantage of the lower, preliminary tag (nearly Rs 4 lakh lower), while those higher prices will be applied to fresh reservations from today. The SUV is available in two different body styles, the 90 (3-door) and the 110 (5-door), with a choice of five trimmings. Defender 90 deliveries will commence between April and June 2021. The following are the new Land Rover Defender’s full variant prices.
Land Rover 90 measures a length of 4,583 mm, a height of 1,974 mm, and a wheelbase 2,587 mm in length. The Defender is 5,018 mm long and 1,967 mm wide and has a wheelbase of 3,022 mm. However, the current Defender is 2.008 mm wide and has a wading depth of up to 900 mm. The three-door 90 has a fifth seat, while the five-door 110 is a fifty-two seat.
The Land Rover Defender is powered on the Indian market by the Ingenium family of JLR’s 2,0-liter turbo-petrol, four-cylinder engine that produces a torque of 300 hp and 400 Nm. The 8.0sec in 90 and the 8.1sec in 110 of the claimed 0-100kph are taken. Normal is an electronic 8-speed gearbox. The new Defender is fitted with an integrated rear lock differential, permanent four-wheel-drive system. It also has a Terrain Response System for Land Rover which uses electronic aids under a range of circumstances.
The new Defender also offers a 4-cylinder diesel engine, 6-cylinder diesel, and petrol motor options globally. Recently, Land Rover also added the Defender P400e plug-in hybrid to the range. The brand announced that hybrid plug-in models would later be available in India.
With 10-inch touchscreen infotainment, a 12.3-inch Digital Tool Cluster, a heads-up display, automatic climate control, annexed car software, wireless charging, a meridian audio system, 12-way electrically adjustable and heated front seats, a 360-degree surround camera, LED headlights, and Electronic Air Suspension (standard first-edition camera)
Six airbags, ABS, stability control, driver condition monitor, blind-spot assistance, and rear and front parking sensors are included in the standard security package. The Defender comes with grained leather and woven textile seats, and it features rubber flooring, making the interior easier to wash down when it gets dirty. The Defender is also possible in order to personalize the SUV according to the taste of the buyer with optional extras and accessories packages.
The Land Rover Defender has no immediate competitors but competes as a 4×4 niche with the Jeep Wrangler in India. The Land Rover Defender is taken to India by way of delineated import standards through the CBU road. The bigger five-door 110 models will be first, and the 3-door 90, due to COVID-19 forced delays, will follow later on.