The new Defender 130 features a 34cm longer body for increased interior space.

It can thus transport up to 8 people with 3 rows of seats in a 2+3+3 configuration.

This lengthening also benefits the loading volume (from 389 to 2,291 litres).

Inside, the Defender 130 is equipped with an 11.4-inch Pivi Pro touchscreen that allows you to control the main functions of the vehicle.

This system integrates the global location platform, What3words, which offers customers precise navigation even in the most isolated areas.

Developed by a British company, What3words technology cuts the world into 57 trillion squares measuring 3 by 3 meters, assigning each of these areas a unique three-word address.

In addition to 4-zone climate control, the Cabin Air Purification Plus system, which makes its debut on the new 130, uses technology that significantly neutralizes allergens, pathogens and viruses, and deodorizes the cabin.

The CO2 management and PM2.5 air filtration system also improves the environment by monitoring indoor and outdoor air quality, and purifying it if necessary to ensure that occupants have healthier air.

Under the hood, there are only 6-cylinder micro-hybridization: the P400 petrol (400 hp – 550 Nm) and 2 Diesel, the D250 (249 hp – 600 Nm) and D300 (300 hp – 650 Nm).

All are mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission and intelligent all-wheel drive working in concert with air suspension for comfort and efficiency.

Let's add that the Defender 130 can tow a trailer of up to 3 tons.

The new Land Rover Defender 130 is available from €90,000.


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