Land Rover Defender 110 passed the test of the NurburgringJuly 4, 2019
The company is preparing for the premiere of the model Defender 110, which is scheduled for October this year. In the meantime, a new SUV run in the Nurburgring.
It should be noted that Land Rover will represent the model gradually. In March 2020, will be released Defender 90, and to the Defender 130 with eight places the queue will reach only by August of next year. This version will use the same wheelbase as the 110. Its length is 3022 mm. The total length of the Land Rover Defender 110 is equal to 4 758 mm, and 130 – 5100 mm.
The prototype, which was noticed at the Nurburgring, uses at least two rear-view cameras. Door handles have changed their location, but their new design improves the performance of the handles in frosty weather. The rear door handle is located to the left of the spare wheel. Used dual exhaust system, which indicates the use of a six-cylinder or turbocharged engine. Also under the hood may be a petrol six-cylinder engine Ingenium P400. A plug-in hybrid P400e will be offered.
As standard comes with all-wheel drive system Defender. The most likely transmission is called the eight-speed gearbox from ZF.
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