Land Rover has celebrated the 75th anniversary of the company and has launched its Defender 75th Special Edition to commemorate the milestone.
The limited version of Defender features distinctive exterior with exclusive detailing, and is finished with famous Grasmere Green paint and complemented by wheels and interior details.
It is the Land Rover Defender 75th Limited Edition is now available with Grasmere green exterior, for the very first time.
The color is exclusive to The 75th Limited Edition with 20-inch alloy wheels that are also available with a rim in Grasmere Green with matching centre caps.
Inside the durable and versatile interior has received a similar treatment and features a Cross Car Beam finished in the brushed Grasmere green Powder Coat as well as laser-etched details of Cross Car Beam end caps.
They’re finished in Resist Ebony, with the center console’s hockey with Robustec material.
The car that is limited edition is based on the top-spec HSE equipped with the most comprehensive standard equipment.
Innovative technology features the 3D surround camera a configurable terrain response, meridian-sound system as well as front lighting that is a matrix LED and a the 114-inch Pivi Pro informationtainment systems with head-up display, and wireless charger for your device.
The special edition’s options for powertrains include the efficient and powerful P400e Plug-in Electric Hybrid on 110 models as well as the D300 and P400 D300 Ingenium diesel and petrol options, both of which use Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicle technology.
It was recently announced it was reported that Land Rover issued a recall of 4,927 SUVs. The SUVs that were recalled comprise Land Rover Defender, Discovery, Discovery Sport, Range Rover Sport as well as Range Rover Velar.
A seatbelt pretensioner that is defective has been found to be the cause of problem, the car manufacturer has demanded the return of affected vehicles.
The were affected Land Rover luxury SUVs were produced between the 22nd of December 2021 and March 29 2022. The vehicles were constructed at the company’s Nitra, Halewood, and Solihull assembly facilities.
The automaker started an investigation into a possible problem on the 25th of May 2022.
The investigation process began when Land Rover was informed by its supplier Aptiv regarding the issue with the pretensioners for the front of the seat belt.
The investigation has revealed this investigation, that damage been caused to the pretensioner front seat tubes due to the flawed manufacturing process.