The New Land Rover Defender This Time Passes James Bond's Challenging Test; Turkey's Borusan Otomotiv Land Rover's distributor is prepared to be the most capable 4 × 4 model ever produced by the new Land Rover Defender, 25th is the guest of the official James Bond movie. Starting with the Range Rover Convertible for the first time in the 1983 James Bond film Orctopussy, Land Rover EON Productions collaboration continues with No Time To Die. Land Rover Defender fans will see the superior features of the vehicle for the first time in the breathtaking follow-up scenes of the film, which is expected to be released in April 2020.
During the shooting of the action scenes, the New Land Rover Defender, tested by 007's expert stunt team in the most challenging terrain and road conditions, had the opportunity to show off its unstoppable nature. With its unique off-road capability and 291 mm height above ground, the New Land Rover Defender, which passes easily through steep slopes and rivers, has achieved a performance far beyond expectations.
Can be preferred with two different body types
Land Rover's legendary model Land Rover Defender represents a brand new era in the 70 model's history with its new generation. New Land Rover Defender, redefining adventure in the 21 century, while remaining faithful to its past spirit with its advanced terrain features, stands out with its unique angular design and innovative features. The new Land Rover Defender will be available in two different body types: 90 and 110. Defender 90 can offer seating for up to 6 people, while 110 offers an 5 + 2 seating arrangement.
The D7x architecture with a functional design relies on a lightweight aluminum monocoque structure to create the toughest body structure produced by Land Rover. Three times harder than traditional chassis-top designs and designed to withstand Land Rover's Extreme Event Test procedures, the new chassis supports the latest electric powertrain, providing the perfect foundation for fully independent air or coil spring suspension. The new Land Rover Defender, with its four-wheel drive and two-speed automatic transmission, provides drivers with superior equipment such as the central differential and the optional Active Rear Differential Lock.