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LAND ROVER Defender 110 Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 4
First production year: 1991
Engines: Diesel, Gasoline, Hybrid gasoline, Mild hybrid diesel
Body style: SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle)
 

2019 - Present

Completely new from the ground up, the 2020 Land Rover Defender has been reimagined for the 21st century approximately three years after the previous generation went out of production and almost eight years after its design was previewed by the DC100 Concept at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. Unlike the concept car, the new Defender comes in both 90 and 110 versions, both names signifying the dif...

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diesel engines:

  LAND ROVER Defender 110 2.0L SD4 8AT AWD (200 HP)

  LAND ROVER Defender 110 2.0L SD4 8AT AWD (240 HP)

gasoline engines:

  LAND ROVER Defender 110 2.0L Si4 8AT AWD (300 HP)

  LAND ROVER Defender 110 5.0L V8 P525 8AT AWD (525 Hp)

hybrid gasoline engines:

  LAND ROVER Defender 110 3.0L P400 8AT AWD (400 Hp)

  LAND ROVER Defender 110 3.0L P400 8AT AWD (400 HP) 5+2 Seats

2012 - 2016

The Land Rover Defender received its last update in 2012, with the most important change lying under the hood, where a 2.2-liter version of Ford’s Duratorq diesel replaced the 2.4-liter unit that became available in 2007. Connected to a six-speed manual transmission, the new engine deliveres 122 horsepower in both the Defender 90 and Defender 110. The other change was the introduction of the sof...

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2007 - 2012

The Defender name was introduced on the market in 1990 as a true successor for the Land Rover 90/110 and re-ignited the appeal for hard-core off-road vehicles. With a vast history behind it and a similarly-shaped bodywork, the Defender lived up to its name and offered an authentic, hard-core experience. But despite that, newer safety and emission regulations forced the carmaker to improve the...

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1991 - 2007

Land Rover continued the Series I, II, and III range with the 90 and 110 models in the '80s and then introduced the Defender nameplate in late 1990. After decades of producing the Land Rover Series models, the British carmaker finally decided on giving a proper name to the iconic off-road vehicle: Defender. It replaced the former 90 and 110 nameplates and became Defender 90 and Defender ...

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