The Land Rover Defender was first released in 1983 and was developed from the original Land Rover series models which commenced production in 1948. With over 2 million Defenders produced since its official release, it became a widely popular choice for off road enthusiasts everywhere and was also the vehicle of choice for the British and Australian military. It also featured in films such as Tomb Raider and the James Bond movie, Spectre.
The Land Rover Defender was released in two versions, the 90 and 110. The 90 was a three-door variant and had a 90-inch wheelbase whereas the 110 had five doors and a 110-inch wheelbase. The Defender came with different engine choices throughout its development phase, ranging from a 2.5 litre turbodiesel 4 cylinder to a 5 litre Jaguar powered V8 for the 70th Anniversary version.
This Land Rover Defender is a 110 model that was produced in 2012 and was refined further by Bhejane Customs which include several custom exterior, interior and performance improvements.
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