Land Rover introduced a commercial version of DefenderJune 30, 2020
Land Rover has just introduced a number of modifications to the new Defender. Versions intended for commercial use received the prefix to the name “Hard Top”.
Land Rover will supply both the short Defender 90 and the long Defender 110 as a commercial vehicle. Both of the company’s SUVs are called “Hard Top”, which returns a designation that has historical meaning for Defender. Land Rover first used the name Hard Top in 1950 on one of the Defender variants with a removable hardtop.
Additional practical versions of Defender developed by Land Rovers Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) received a spring suspension, although the Defender 110 version for commercial vehicles is also available with air suspension. In both cases, the ground clearance is 29.1 centimeters.
According to autoweek.nl, citing the press service of the British automaker, Land Rover plans to launch advanced technical modifications at a later stage.
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