Land Rover India has announced that following a successful launch of Defender
110, sales of Defender 90 have begun in India. The Defender 90 is available in three
powertrain options, 2.0 l petrol delivering power of 296hp and torque of 400
Nm, 3.0 l petrol delivering power of 394hp and torque of 550 Nm and 3.0 l
diesel delivering power of 296hp and torque of 650 Nm. Prices of Defender 90
start from Rs 76.57 lakh, ex-showroom in India.
Defender 90 offers six seat practicality thanks to the innovative front central
jump seat. It embraces 21st century technologies and features Land Rover’s Pivi
infotainment system with an intuitive interface and its own back-up battery for
always-on responses. Advanced software-over-the-air updates also ensure
customers benefit from the latest software at all times, wherever they are in
Terrain Response allows drivers to fine-tune the set-up of the vehicle to suit
the precise off-road conditions like never before. The Terrain Response 2
system also includes a new Wade programme to provide the ultimate reassurance
when driving through water by optimizing all of the vehicle systems
New Defender 90 is available in several models including Defender, X-Dynamic
and Defender X. Furthermore, Defender and X-Dynamic will come with S, SE and
HSE Specification Packs.
will be able to personalise their vehicle in more ways than any previous Land
Rover with four Accessory Packs, the Explorer, Adventure, Country and Urban
Packs, giving each Defender a distinct character with a specially selected
range of enhancements.
Land Rover range in India includes the Range Rover Evoque ( starting at Rs 64.12 Lakh),
Discovery Sport (starting at Rs 65.30 Lakh),
Range Rover Velar (starting at Rs 79.87 Lakh),
Defender 110 (starting at Rs 83.38 Lakh),Range Rover Sport (starting at Rs
91.27 Lakh) and Range Rover (starting at Rs 210.82 Lakh). All prices mentioned
are ex-showroom in India.
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