The British firm wanted to celebrate the World Land Rover Day (or Land Rover World Day) giving information about the next generation of the Land Rover Defender that completes its developmentafter completing more than two million kilometers of tests .
Of course, just lets glimpse of its final image because the vehicles are properly camouflaged with special vinyl . From the images it is barely possible to understand that it will have a very angular profile, something that it would share with its predecessor , although an image close to that already enjoyed by the Range Rover Velar is expected , although without the fall of the roof in the final part.
In addition, they have also had to overcome obstacles more than 3,000 meters high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado (United States) and on all types of surfaces, where the total traction and driving programs have been the main protagonists.
Now a new phase of development begins, which will be carried out by the Tusk Trust to those who will help in the conservation work of the Borana reserve in Kenya , with more than 14,000 hectares and where animals of all kinds can be found.
As it happens, the manufacturer has been collaborating with this company for 15 years, a relationship that will now serve to test the latest evolution of the Land Rover Defender prototypes.
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After the tests carried out, the company only shows their satisfaction with the results obtained. Thus, Nick Rogers, executive director of product development of Land Rover commented: “We have carried out an extensive program of tests and simulations with the new Land Rover Defender, more than two million kilometers along all types of terrains and extreme climates. , everything to verify that it is our most capable vehicle in all history “.