75 year Defender comes in special green
Just 75 of the models will be sold in Canada
It’s been 75 years since the first Land Rover made its debut. To help celebrate, the off-road company is building a heritage edition of the new Defender with special paintwork and graphics, available only on the 90 and 110 body shapes.
The very first Land Rover was introduced at the Amsterdam Motor Show back in 1948. The Series 1 model launched a legacy that continues in the new Defender, as well as Range Rover, Discovery, and other models.
The Land Rover Defender 75th Limited Edition starts with Grasmere Green paint, a colour that’s new to Defender and reserved only for this special edition. 20-inch alloys are finished in the same green with matching center caps, and there are 75 Years graphics and Ceres Silver bumpers and accents.
Inside, you’ll find more green. On the cross-car beam and in laser-etched detailing. The seats are finished in Resist Ebony with a veneer on the center console made from Robustec material.
Land Rover will sell a Lifestyle Collection of goods including a minimalist watch, a backpack, and clothing. All with the same Grasmere Green and 75 Years graphics and detailing.
Just 75 will be made for and sold in Canada. All with the P400 mild-hybrid driveline. The 75th Edition Defenders will have a folding fabric roof, 14-way power adjustable front seats, a heated wheel, and three-zone climate control. They’ll also be well-appointed with a 3D surround camera, terrain response, Meridian audio, Premium LED lighting, and more.
No word on the price, but we can expect that if you’re interested you should reach out to your Land Rover dealer post haste.