Impressive statistics, but anyone who loves a Defender knows that it’s much more about the numbers – it’s about the feeling the car gives you.
The launch of the tough new commercial Defender 90 and 110 later this year will restore the Hard Top name to the rugged 4x4 family – combining unstoppable all-terrain capability with 21st-century connectivity to give professionals a unique combination of cargo space, practicality and premium comfort. Full details will be revealed later this year when it will be available to order.
The 90 and 110 Defender Hard Top models will both feature independent coil-sprung suspension, with advanced electronic air suspension also available on the 110. Both set-ups will provide outstanding off-road geometry, with ground clearance of 291mm, while the 110 Hard Top will have approach, breakover and departure angles of up to 38, 28 and 40 degrees respectively (in Off-Road height). Full technical details will be confirmed later this year.