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Bengaluru, NFAPost: Land Rover will launch its new sports utility vehicle Defender in India on 15th October. The launch is made happen as the first batch of Defender vehicles have arrived at NJPT recently.

The rich legacy of Defender and the Land Rover brand have made this one of the most anticipated vehicle launches in India. The Defender is being brought in as a CBU.

Reimagined for the 21st century, the New Defender comes with enhancements in design added to the capability and practicality of the vehicle. Further, a number of intuitive technologies ensure off-road and on-road driving convenience and all-time connectivity.

The company will be offering the new-gen Defender with a 2.0-litre engine turbo-petrol only, under the P300 variant that makes 300PS and generates 400Nm of torque. This unit will be paired with ZF eight-speed automatic. Both the three-door SWB 90 and the five-door LWB 110 version will be offered here, each with five trim levels. These will be the Base, S, SE, HSE and First Edition.

The New Land Rover Defender is extremely personalisable with more than 170 accessories. Further, Lifestyle Packs such as the Explorer Pack, the Adventure Pack, the Country Pack, and the Urban Pack have been curated to suit the requirements of different types of customers.

To further bring more attraction among Indian auto lovers, the company has come up with notable features like the 360-degree Surround Camera, Wade Sensing, Electronic Air Suspension (Standard on 110), Smartphone Pack, Connected Navigation Pro, Off-Road tyres, Centre Console with refrigerated compartment (optional), among other things. Like the international version, the Indian-spec car will be highly customisable with a range of seating combinations and accessory packs to choose from.

The New Defender can be booked online on and more information on it is available on

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