When news broke out about Jaguar Land Rover's rebranding, several motoring news agencies reported that the Land Rover name was to be retired. At the time, it was said that the Land Rover models will be spun off into their respective
In the 4x4 world few models are as well known as the original Land Rover Defender. The boxy icon had big all-terrain tires to fill, so Land Rover understandably took its time in developing the replacement. But it was worth the
Anyone fancy a new Lego model? We certainly do. Though we tell ourselves gifts for special occasions are the only way to justify the pricey, yet spectacularly detailed adult Lego sets, the struggle to wait is real. And now as part of
Chery has revealed a new retro-looking SUV, or rather, launched under its new Jetour brand. Dubbed the Traveller, it's the latest addition to Chery's SUV portfolio and yet another offering in the rapidly expanding Jetour marque. We also can'
If you stick around for a long time, people get fed up with you. But hang in there and eventually they begin to love you again. I give you Paul McCartney's headlining at Glastonbury and Abba's sold out avatar gigs,
The Suzuki Jimny isn't the only Japanese offering you can Defender-fy. In fact, any car can be made to look like the iconic British SUV-if you try hard enough.This is the TFender by Japanese tuner ESB. You know,
It was a lifetime ago, 60 years to be exact, when 33 men in 14 Land Rover Defender Series IIA vehicles went on an epic overland journey traversing Eastern, Central, and Northern Luzon. Remember that this was six decades ago, and those
The Land Rover Defender is arguably one of the most complete vehicles you'll see in the market today. Sure, it has a hefty price tag, but it has the luxury, comfort, performance, and even off-road capabilities that you'd look
Ever heard the one about a bulletproof Land Rover?And before you reply, 'Yeah, it's called a Land Cruiser', we should point out that we're talking about a literally bulletproof Land Rover. A new Defender 110, to be precise.OK,
The Series 1 Land Rover premiered nearly 75 years ago
It's very nearly 75 years since the first Series I Defender was shown to the world at the Amsterdam Motor Show in 1948, and to mark the milestone Land Rover has decided that a special version of today's car is
Land Rover can't just stop rolling out the Defender Classic
Land Rover's Classic division has found 25 Defenders down the back of a factory sofa in Solihull and plans to sell them with a camouflage-style livery inspired by places around the world the venerable off-roader has driven over.Each
Planning on using your Defender for more than just the school run? Then this could be right up your street. Meet rally raid specialists Bowler's 'Extreme' Defender conversion.This is designed for classic Defender 90, 110, and 130 variants. The obvious
Land Rover claims the third row can fit three adults
This is the new Land Rover Defender 130, the longest and, um, seat-iest new Defender yet revealed. In short, it's a Defender that's been stretched to house eight adult humans in one chassis.Eight seats. Two up front, three
Land Rover has confirmed that it will reveal a giant, eight-seat version of the new Defender on May 31, 2022.The extended Defender will be badged 130 and will join the 90, the 110 , and the commercial hardtop in the range.
This one-off will be auctioned off for the Royal Air Forces Association
Yes, it's another restomodded Land Rover Defender, but as you might have guessed from the images here, this one is inspired by the iconic double-rotor Chinook helicopter, which somehow celebrated its 40th year of active service in 2021. How time
Reimagining an icon. The bigger the icon, the more the agonizing that goes into it. And recently, two of the biggest have been revived. And what's more, the Volkswagen ID Buzz and Land Rover Defender have interesting pointers for each other.
Desperate to spend your money on a V8-powered a short-wheelbase Land Rover Defender 90, but can't bring yourself to buy a V8 direct from JLR? Well, your prayers may have been answered by Dutch coachbuilder Niels van Roij.Get
Remember DAMD? If the name doesn't ring a bell, let us refresh your memory. The company made waves not too long ago after giving the Suzuki Jimny a face transplant and replacing its mug with that of a Mercedes-Benz G-