The all-new Land Rover Defender is getting a few updates for the 2021 model year. The biggest news is the much-awaited arrival of the Defender 90 short-wheelbase model.
The 2021 Land Rover Defender is also receiving a new mid-tier X-Dynamic trim level. It slots between the base and top-of-the-line Defender X model, and it comes with a bevy of new kit including gloss black rocker panels and wheel arches, new ‘Silicon Satin’ skid pans, and durable Robustec synthetic seat accents. The Defender X-Dynamic trim can be further enhanced with the S, SE, and HSE specification packages.
The Defender 90 has a shorter 101.9-inch wheelbase and comes with two standard doors. Ideally, the short-wheelbase Defender 90 is better suited for off-roading and overlanding. It has a breakover angle of 31-degrees while the longer Defender 110 is good for 28-degrees.
The 2021 Land Rover Defender 90 is available to order now. Base prices start at R1 095 600.
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