Land Rover Defender 2025:Luxurious Upgrades, Brand New Appearance

The 2025 Land Rover Defender enters its facelift year, while there are no major changes to the exterior, the interior has been significantly upgraded and enriched with luxury and a number of practical packages. In addition to this, Land Rover has introduced a range of optional kit combination packs for the new Defender, with some of the new packs improving ride quality, others improving performance in cold weather or when towing, and still others adding comfort.

Among them, the off-road package is particularly notable. It includes an electronic active differential, which provides stronger power distribution support for off-road driving; the roof rack greatly increases the vehicle’s loading capacity, which makes it easy to cope with both long-distance travel and outdoor exploration; all-terrain tires and wading sensors make the Defender comfortable in a variety of complex road conditions.

On top of that, the Premium Off-Road Package adds air suspension and exclusive off-road driving modes. This takes the new Defender to a new level of off-road performance, making it easy to conquer mountains, lakes, and seas, as well as the desert Gobi.

Not only that, the cabin experience has gone up another level with the addition of comfort and convenience packages. Not only does it add ambient lighting, a premium Meridian audio system, and a front console refrigerator. The Premium Upgrade Interior Package adds additional leather trim and 14-way heated and cooled front seats with memory.

Also, buyers of the extended Defender 130 will have the option of captain’s chairs for the first time, which will make access to the third row easier. The captain’s seats feature heating and cooling, as well as individual armrests. In terms of exterior design, the Land Rover Defender is also available in a new model with a matte protective coating.

In terms of powertrain, the new Land Rover Defender maintains its consistently strong performance. A variety of power options are available depending on the owner’s needs. Both the 296-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged engine and up to 600-horsepower twin-turbocharged V-8 engine provide owners with the ultimate driving experience. The price is also realized by the ultra-high cost performance, with the two-door Land Rover Defender 90 starting at $58,375, the four-door Land Rover Defender 110 starting at $62,275, and the extended version of the Land Rover Defender 130 starting at $71,175. Such price positioning will undoubtedly attract more consumers who are in need of a luxury SUV.

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