The extended Defender will be badged 130 and will join the 90, the 110 , and the commercial hardtop in the range. It’ll have three rows of seats with a 2-3-3 layout and all of the usual Defender off-road tech.
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More as we have it, of course, but for now why not read about what happened when we got our hands on the Defender 110 S D240 and put it through its paces off the beaten path?
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.