Receiver cult Land Rover Defender unveiled as a designer LegoJune 24, 2019
Until now, the new Land Rover Defender has appeared in public exclusively in camouflage. Now, the appearance of new items has ceased to be a secret thanks to the popular designer. How reliably the exterior of the toy corresponds to this SUV, we learn only after the premiere of the latter.
In September of this year, the world community will get acquainted with the successor of the legendary SUV Land Rover Defender. The new SUV has not yet seen without a protective film. Until now. What could be the new Land Rover Defender, clearly showed the designer Lego. About the toy SUV told “The Brothers Brick”. In his Instagram account, the site for Lego fans marked out the image of a new designer: the box shows an assembled model, which is said to be a copy of the legendary SUV. This toy car is not similar to the former Land Rover Defender. It turns out that with the help of “Lego” declassified the future debutant? Despite all its flaws, this version has very real evidence.
For example, immediately after the appearance of information about the new Defender, it was suggested that the new product, like its predecessor, will receive several versions. So, on road tests, test prototypes in the three- and five-door versions came across the lens of the cameras of the spies.
Another argument that could also be seen on spy shots is the radiator grille with the trademark logo of the brand. The third proof is the white roof of the toy car. It is known that this Land Rover Defender will receive a two-tone body color. As the last weighty argument in favor of this version, its supporters call the date when the new set of Lego is on sale. This is October – a month after the official debut of the new Defender.
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