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Press Release:

Options of a new premium seat design, upgraded in-car entertainment and a choice of four new contrast roof colours are now available to Defender customers.

Substantial improvements were made to the specification last year, including introduction of the EU5 2.2-litre diesel engine, ventilated discs, detail improvements to the interior and new option packs to the 'S' and 'SE' trim levels. Three speed-limiting options were also added for fleet users wanting to benefit from effective control of fuel costs.

"The appeal of the Land Rover Defender has been strengthened with the opportunity for customers to enhance their driving comfort and also to personalise their vehicle with a range of contrast roof colours. Underpinned by the powerful 2.2-litre diesel engine and its go anywhere capability, the iconic Defender retains the rugged appeal that it's always been famous for but now with even greater customer choice," says John Edwards, Land Rover Global Brand Director.

Three New Options

In 2012, the Defender gained a number of new option packs in addition to the 'S' and 'SE' trim levels. Customers can now further enhance their Defender's looks, comfort and versatility with a choice of three more options as well as the choice of two new body colours, Barolo Black and Havana.

Choice of Contrast Roof

Smart new, contrast roof colours can now be chosen against the majority of the Defender paint palette. In addition to the standard Fuji White, customers can now opt for Santorini Black, Indus Silver, Orkney Grey or Firenze Red. The Firenze Red for example, can be chosen with the Santorini Black roof and the Baltic Blue with Indus Silver or simply retain their body colour.

New Premium Seat Design

Premium part leather seats which contour your body are available to the driver and front seat passenger, sporting the Land Rover logo on the backrest. The style of the seat naturally enhances driving support and comfort over the toughest of terrain. An integrated, centre stitch line on the headrest is also visible and adopted to the current standard seat in the Defender.

Upgraded In-Car Entertainment System

The base audio system for the Defender has a single-slot CD player, USB, Aux jack and 4x50W amplification with an optional audio upgrade available for Bluetooth connectivity with remote microphone. This can be enhanced further with the optional, Alpine-branded Hi Line 150W low profile subwoofer system with 10cm coaxial speakers replacing the standard units.

The Land Rover Defender continues to offer four option packs which comprise of the following:

Comfort Pack- Air conditioning, CD Player with auxiliary input and convenience pack.

Exterior Pack- Brunel grille and headlamp surrounds, body coloured roof, wheel arches and side runners.

Leather Pack- Part leather seats and leather steering wheel available on all body styles.

Off-Road Pack- ABS, heavy duty rim and MTR tyre, tow ball and under-ride protection bar.

A plain black Pick Up hood is also available as an option and a plain beige hood for the 110 Double Cab Pick Up. Both options are in addition to existing styles.

All models have tinted glass and there's the option of part leather standard seats in addition to the new premium seats.

2.2-litre diesel engine

The EU5 2.2-litre diesel engine replaced the EU4 2.4-litre diesel in 2012, matching it for power, torque and fuel consumption, whilst a full acoustic engine cover replaced the previous splash cover, reducing radiated engine noise and improving driving refinement.

The 2.2-litre diesel engine produces 122PS@3,500rpm and torque of 360Nm@2,000rpm, giving a 0-60mph time of 14.7 seconds and a top speed of 90mph. CO2 emissions on the combined cycle are 266g/km for the Defender 90 and 295g/km for the 110 and 130.

The GFT MT 82 six-speed gearbox has an excellent ratio spread, high top gear for cruising and enhanced low-speed crawl capability. The lower first gear offers low crawl speed making towing on-road and off-road much easier. The low-down engine torque also helps in-gear acceleration and the tall sixth gear ensures excellent real-world cruising, refinement and fuel economy. Ground gears in both the gearbox and transfer box help contribute to the refinement of the transmission.

Versatile Interior

The Defender's facia continues to be based on a single, large moulding supported on a robust steel rail to help eliminate squeaks and rattles. The instruments provide clear, concise information to the driver with LED illumination. Versatile stowage shelves are conveniently located for both the driver and passenger and two console options are available: a practical open-tray design that keeps contents to hand and a large, lidded design that provides an impressive 14 litres of stowage.

A powerful heating and ventilation system is designed to cope with the most extreme climates and features aluminium plate and fin heat exchangers to deliver impressive performance.

Tall front seats are designed to improve maximum back support and headrest ergonomics in the most demanding of driving conditions and there are robust, supportive second row seats too. The 110 Station Wagon, 110 Double Cab Pick Up and 130 Crew Cab models, can comfortably accommodate three occupants on an asymmetrically-split second row seat. The Station Wagon derivatives have a spring-assisted fold mechanism which helps when folding the seats and when carrying large or awkward loads.

Defender 90 Station Wagon second row occupants benefit from a pair of individual, full-size, forward-facing rear seats. Providing excellent comfort levels, these seats are also available as a third row option on the 110 Station Wagon. Accessed either through the rear door or by folding the second row seats, they can be easily folded and stowed sideways in the loadspace.

Seat trims include durable all-vinyl and cloth specifications as well as the half-leather standard seat option and new Premium seats. Three-point safety belts are specified for all seating positions.

Unique Vehicle Architecture

Defender's unique vehicle architecture remains unchanged. The chassis frame is available in three different wheelbases and in both standard and heavy-duty guise (for even greater load-bearing capabilities). A total of 14 separate body styles - from pick-ups and soft-tops to crew cabs and station wagons - are produced on the mainstream production line. Beyond this, Land Rover's Engineered To Order team offer a range of products from standard drop-side or box-body conversions to bespoke design and build adaptations.

Land Rover Defender customers seeking a higher level of specification can now enhance their vehicle even further with three additional options and a choice of two new body colours, Barolo Black and Havana.

Land Rover



2.2 Td4 (122 CV):

90 Pick Up : 28.600€

90 Soft Top : 28.600€

90 Station Wagon : 29.750€

110 Hard Top : 30.540€

110 High Capacity Pick Up : 31.350€

110 Crew Cab : 31.770€

110 Station Wagon : 32.780€

130 Crew Cab : 35.220€

130 Tipper 3 : 36.340€

Considerazione personale: qualcosina di piu sui fari anteriori potevano farlo pero...

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Bella la nuova plancia... :o E anche gli aggiornamenti estetici mi sembrano abbastanza azzeccati, soprattutto sufficienti per far rimanere la Defender al passo coi tempi. D'altronde questo è un modello che si vende "da sè", non ha bisogno di essere troppo trendy.

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QUESTO è un fuoristrada...

quoto in pieno!! con questo ci fai di tutto: è un vero carrarmato! gran mezzo!!

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QUESTO è un fuoristrada...

..questo é il fuoristrada..."tutto il resto é noia.." :lol: :wink:

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QUESTO è un fuoristrada...

L'unica cosa che dei vecchi defender non mi andava giù era l'eccessiva spartanità degli interni...Va bene essere duri e puri però...

Ma adesso hanno fatto centro. Finalmente uno può avere un vero 4x4 e al tempo stesso girarci anche fuori dal fango...eh che non ho una lira e una moglie che non capisce certe cose :? ...Si sanno i prezzi?

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'Vive La Difference' as we take our Landie for a 'romantic' trip to Paris


"Take the Defender to the Paris show," he said. "Do a bit of flag-waving - show those Parisians what a real 4x4 looks like". Chris-R's enthusiastic words were echoing around my head as I squeezed through the maniacal rush hour traffic, gently seething at the apparent stupidity of it all.

A battered Renault Twingo with not a single straight panel would surely be the most suitable weapon with which to attack the French capital and its psychotic scooterists, impatient motorists and laneless junctions - not a chunky off-roader with the turning circle of a super-tanker.

Still, there are distinct advantages to tackling city traffic in the Defender. Firstly, on the basis that might is right, people are more inclined to get out of your way than they perhaps would be if you were in a smaller car less seemingly capable of crushing other city drivers under your wheels. Despite its imposing stature, however, the big Landie is impressively slim-hipped - it's narrower than our Nissan 370z - and so can squeeze around awkwardly placed buses and other urban bottlenecks with surprising ease.


There are, however, two severe drawbacks to the Defender's city abilities - its height and its turning circle. At 2128mm tall, the Defender is a no-no for most multi-storey or underground car parks.

Finding an on-street space can be equally challenging, especially in the maze of back alleys of Paris's Latin Quarter, where I had rather masochistically booked myself a hotel. It's not so much the parallel parking that's tricky as trying to manage a three-point turn. Austin Powers's attempt to turn around an electric cart in a service tunnel in Dr Evil's lair would have sprung to the mind of anybody watching me.

The Landie was rather more accomplished as a long-distance cruiser.

Once you adjust to the wind noise and vibrations, you can sit back and enjoy the scenery, with the extra height giving you crucially more interesting and frequent glimpses of the northern French countryside than all but truckers and coach drivers enjoy.


You can also drive unperturbed by the potential attentions of les gendarmes - even with foot nailed flat on the accelerator pedal - as the electronically limited top speed of 83mph is but 2mph north of the autoroute limit of 130kmh, hardly enough to worry the boys en bleu.

In short, the Defender actually makes a surprisingly effective weapon with which to fight the urban battle (and I'm damn sure a ratty Renault Twingo would be near useless in the muddy stuff). I'd almost go so far as to recommend a Defender as a steed for a foreign mini-break. Just make sure you book a hotel with some outdoor parking space...

fonte: www.pistonheads.com

Piccolo report di viaggio a bordo di un defender...tra il serio ed il faceto

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