ECD’s Land Rover Defender Project Invictus turned into a real tentOctober 27, 2019
Improving the old variations of the Land Rover Defender has led to the development of numerous custom options such as the Project Invictus D110 Defender East Coast Defender (ECD).
Released in 1991, this large SUV has a 6.2-liter LS3 V8 engine with a capacity of 430 horsepower. Together with the engine runs a 5-speed manual transmission. He also received the Borla exhaust system, service brakes and a 2-way air suspension, as well as Kahn 18-inch wheels with 265/65 BFGoodrich forged wheels.
Nara Bronze color contrasts with satin black accents and is complemented by a large number of visual elements. So, the 28-year-old Defender has a traditional radiator grill, steel bumpers, side steps, auxiliary lights in front and on the roof, a special roof rack with an integrated retractable tent, a winch and a portable solar power supply.
In the cabin of the Project Invictus, heated front seats appeared, which are divided into a 60/40 middle row, facing inward, in the load zone. In addition, the ECD received a leather steering wheel, a Sony multimedia system with Apple CarPlay, a rear view camera and a JL audio system with an amplifier and a subwoofer.
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