New Land Rover Defender 2020 passes final testsAugust 26, 2019
The prototype of the British SUV Land Rover Defender passes a series of developmental tests on the Nurburgring racetrack. The official presentation will take place in mid-September of this year.
The debut of the receiver of the British off-road legend – a new generation of Land Rover Defender, is scheduled for mid-September this year. That is why the automaker is making every effort to ensure that every aspect of the SUV meets customer expectations.
As representatives of Land Rover themselves say, the new Defender 2020 model year should be 100% consistent with the truly legendary history of this car.
This time, the Land Rover team decided to return to the Nurburgring race track for the final high-speed tests. One thing is certain the novelty will get impressive off-road capabilities, however modern consumers also want a car that can go quickly if necessary. That’s why the company is trying to find a good balance between off-road capabilities and good dynamic performance.
From this published video, it is difficult to understand whether the seen prototype of an SUV uses air suspension or its usual configuration with springs. It is already known that the new generation of Land Rover Defender SUV will be offered with both suspension options. The start of sales is scheduled for next year. The test car seems to have received basic 18-inch wheels, but sizes up to 22 inches will be available to customers.
The new Defender is one of the most anticipated new cars in the second half of this year. We will learn all about the model in just a few weeks, so stay tuned.
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