Land Rover closes the launch date of the 8-seat Defender version
The British automaker has just closed the launch date of the 8-seat Land Rover Defender version on May 31.
After nearly 3 years of global launch, Land Rover will officially introduce the all-new Defender 130 on May 31. This will be the largest variant of the off-road SUV from Land Rover, surpassing the 90 and 110 variants in size with up to 8 seats inside the cabin.
Traditionally, Land Rover continues to reveal teaser images of the 4×4 model operating in real life and crossing the sand dunes in the desert. The British automaker was quite clever when using the sand swirls out from the wheels to cover the differences in the body of the car. However, we can recognize the additional length of the Defender 130 through the size of the third window and the length of the roof.
In general, Defender 130 will share the same body structure with the other two variants. The only difference is the wheelbase, and the design of the front and rear is longer. These differences have also been noted on previous sneak images, as well as through photos from published patents.
The car in the teaser image is white combined with silver accents and 5-spoke alloy wheels. The overall length of the Land Rover Defender 130 reaches 5,100 mm, slightly higher than the Defender 110 to 342 mm. Compared to the three-door Defender 90, the 130 variant is 777 mm longer.
Land Rover is also quite discreet when it does not disclose any other details, except to confirm the 8-seat design with a 2-3-3 layout on the Defender 130. Many predictions are that with the overall length and engine In addition, Land Rover Defender 130 will have very comfortable 2nd and 3rd row legroom. In addition, the storage space on the car will also be quite abundant.
The engine on the Land Rover Defender 130 will also be shared with 2 variants 90 and 110, including a supercharged 5.0L V8 engine block for a maximum capacity of 518 horsepower and maximum torque of 846 Nm. Details about the Land Rover Defender 130 will be announced on May 31. The British automaker also officially opened the ordering portal for the large off-road SUV model on this day.
This is also an earlier timeline than the August 2022 launch plan, announced by Land Rover CFO Adrian Mardell last year.
According to Phuong Chi (Vietnamese people)
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