ECD’s Land Rover Defender Project Invictus has become a real tent

ECD’s Land Rover Defender Project Invictus has become a real tent

October 26, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Upgrading older versions of Land Rover Defender has led to the creation of countless custom options, such as the Project Invictus D110 Defender East Coast Defender (ECD).

Manufactured in 1991, this large SUV was powered by a 430 horsepower 6.2-liter LS3 V8 engine and combined with a 5-speed manual gearbox. It is also endowed with a Borla exhaust system, service brakes and two-way air suspension, as well as 18-inch wheels made by Kahn in 265/65 BFGoodrich forged tires.

Nara Bronze paint contrasts with satin black accents and is complemented by many visual details that are designed to make it more powerful in the wild. Thus, the 28-year-old Defender also has a classic radiator grill, steel bumpers and side steps, auxiliary lights mounted on the front and on the roof, a special roof rack with a built-in retractable tent, a winch and a portable solar power unit that will hold your mobile devices charged.

Inside, the Project Invictus has Puma front seats with heating function, divided by a 60/40 middle row, facing inward, in the load zone. The ECD also provided the car with a leather 15-inch wooden steering wheel, a Sony infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and a rear view camera, a JL audio system with an amplifier and a subwoofer, and a CB radio that controls communications.

This is certainly one of the most comprehensive Defender, a real off-road warrior away from home.