Tuners showed the Blackcomb project based on the previous generation Land Rover Defender

Tuners showed the Blackcomb project based on the previous generation Land Rover Defender

December 30, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

East Coast Defender (ECD) specialists have demonstrated their own new development based on the previous generation Land Rover Defender SUV.

The new project from East Coast Defender is called Blackcomb. Built on a variation of the Defender 90 of the previous generation, the British SUV is trimmed with silver Zermatt with glossy black notes. The machine has 18-inch Sawtooth alloy wheels with BF Goodrich all-terrain tires. At the same time, the bumper of the SUV got integrated DRL, an exoskeleton and a place for a winch.

The interior of the improved Defender 90 has soft black leather on a bucket-shaped chair with a rhomboid pattern and white suede trim, as well as a Momo steering wheel. The sensors are also new, as is the multimedia system connected to the audio system complete with an amplifier and a subwoofer.

 Custom Defender has a remote engine start, keyless entry, Wi-Fi access point, rear vents, dusk-sensitive headlights and some other functions. The loading area has 2 seats that can fold up to make room for transporting different things.

 Many ECD tuned SUVs have a Corvette LS3 V8 powertrain, and the Blackcomb project was no exception. So, the car is driven by a 6.2-liter engine with a capacity of 565 hp, with which a 6-speed automatic transmission functions. This power makes it possible to effortlessly drive off-road or fight in a drag race.