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This is how the new Defender looks like

This is how the new Defender looks like

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Someone has posted an image of the upcoming Land Rover Defender on Instagram.

The long-awaited SUV, is seen here free or almost free of any camouflage.

According to the Instagram user, the photo was snapped on the film set of the latest James Bond film where the all new Defender is set to star. 

We are already aware it will look different from the previous-generation Defender thanks to the official teasers from Land Rover but from this photo, the Defender does look a little softer and more of a fashion statement than a proper off roader.  Of course, Land Rover will disagree and point us to the impressive amount of ground clearance shown. 

Set to be launched at the Frankfurt Auto Show next month, the SUV is rumored to be launched in 110 guise first with engine options consisting of three petrol models available, namely a 296bhp 2.0-litre, a 398bhp plug-in hybrid, and a 395bhp 3.0-litre six-cylinder.

 

 


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