As such, one could argue that this look is even closer to that of the retro model. Then again, such an approach will probably split opinions. You see, this is not just about the simpler lines, but also involve the retrofuturistic approach. And the latter part of that label comes from multiple elements.
The most obvious ones include the front and rear light clusters, while it appears the front grille makes use of solar panel technology. In this respect, the rendering is pretty close to a pixel portrait showcasing a remastered Bollinger EV, which we discussed in November last year.
For the record, the styling cues that define the eye sockets of this Defender remind one of Rolls-Royce, but this is another story for another time.
Then we have the airless tires, a concept multiple producers have already showcased, but one that hasn't made it to production yet. Of course, this raises questions about the role of that spare wheel and you should make sure to zoom in on it via the swipe feature of the Instagram post below.
Oh, and you can do the same to feast your eyes on those illuminated badges, which are spicy enough to stand out on their own (can you imagine them shining from under the mud?).