Land Rover is marking its 75th anniversary with limited edition variants of its most iconic vehicle–the Defender.
Available in 90 and 110 body styles, the Defender 75th Limited Edition wears a model-exclusive Grasmere Green livery, which is a paint job inspired by the early Series I introduced in 1948. The 20″ wheels wheels, roof, and even the interior cross bar beam, have also been finished in this rare color.
Both of the Limited Edition Defenders feature a 3D surround camera system, Configurable Terrain Response tech, an advanced three-zone climate control system, 14-way heated electric memory front seats, a heated steering wheel, premium LED front lighting, a Head-Up display, onboard wireless charging, and an 11.4” Pivi Pro infotainment system paired with a top-shelf a Meridian sound system. Under the hood is a P400 Ingenium gas engine with MHEV mild hybird technology.
The Land Rover Defender 75th Limited Edition is available for order now, with pricing starting at $90,000 for the Defender 90 and $93,000 for the 110. Land Rover also released a host of 75th anniversary lifestyle items for sale, from watches to backpacks, all of course adorned in Grasmere Green.