Shortly after Land Rover launched the new Defender, the automaker’s website released a configurator for the 110 models, which included detailed prices for decorative parts and accessories. The 110 version will be available for sale starting next spring, starting at $49,000 and $50,925 after the destination. According to Land Rover, the smaller 90 models will be launched in the fall of 2020, “prices are about $50,000.” We would like to know if Land Rover generously uses the word “about” to describe the price, and the manufacturer’s suggested retail price will be around $46,000. If not, we expect to find that the cost of the two doors is about the same as the price of the large four-door 110. For example, the suggested retail price for the four-door and two-door Wranglers of the jeep is about $3,700.
Land Rover’s data is of interest to us because the Defender 90 First Edition starts at $65,100, which is $3,550 lower than the Defender 110 First Edition. If we apply the same $18,750 to the difference between the $90 standard Defender 110 and the first version of the cost, the standard 90 series will cost $46,350. Land Rover does not provide detailed information about the 90 First Edition, but if it follows the 110 templates, it will bundle additional equipment such as Configurable Terrain Response 2, advanced LED headlights with automatic high beam assist, fog lights, black Compare the roof and the bigger wheels. The trim lineup and engine are likely to mimic the US’s 110. For the engine, this means the P300 has a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces 296 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque, while the P400 has a 3.0-liter V6 with 406 lb-ft of power and 395 HP. The trimming step should begin at S and run through HSE, SE, and the top-flightX.
Most of us will have to wait a year to determine. Anyone eager to receive exclusive news would like to receive tickets for the Land Rover 4xFAR concert in the Coachella Valley, California, January 18-19, 2020. The carmaker calls it “a live music festival that combines award-winning musical performances with lifestyle, cooking and adventure experiences,” and there will be Defenders leading visitors to the prepared off-road courses. Ticket prices range from $185 (including general admission fees) to $6,500 (for private palapa tickets for those who like dirty faces).