the critically acclaimed Defender 90 and Defender 110, Land Rover has
introduced the new Defender 130 which now adds to family of all-terrain
vehicles, with adventuring opportunities for up to eight adults across three
rows of full-size seating. The New Defender 130 is available in HSE and X
prices of the new Defender 130 have yet to be announced.
the Defender 90 and 110, the new 130 body design borrows its name from the
original Defender family, inspired by the longest model in the line-up. It
allows customers to effortlessly transport up to eight people across any
terrain and is the ultimate demonstration of Defender’s breadth of talents.
130 has its own colour palette, with a new, exclusive Sedona Red option ensuring
the 130 stands out in the line-up. The exterior is complemented by the Extended
Bright Pack – available in addition to the existing Bright Pack – which
provides a distinct exterior design with Ceres Silver Satin finish around all
lower body cladding and front and rear skid plates in Noble Chrome.
thoughtful storage and convenience solutions are provided for every passenger
across all three rows of seating. This ensures Defender 130 caters for
passengers in every seat, with effortless access to the spacious three-abreast
third row in a bright and airy cabin.
vehicle comes with the latest connected technologies and chassis systems –
including a new, larger 28.95 cm (11.4) Pivi Pro touchscreen, standard
Electronic Air Suspension and Cabin Air Purification Plus.
all Defenders come with Keyless Entry – including Defender 130 - feature
Approach Unlock and Automated Walkaway Lock. When the key fob is detected
approaching the vehicle, it automatically unlocks when it is within 1.5 metres.
When leaving the vehicle, New Defender 130 will automatically lock when the key
fob is more than 1.5 metres away.
iconic silhouette has been elegantly extended by 340 mm at the rear to provide
enhanced interior space across all three rows, without compromising its
unparalleled all-terrain capabilities.
Defender 130 models are fitted with a panoramic sunroof as standard, with a
second sunroof above the third row also featuring on all Defender 130s.
maintain the distinctive rear design of the Defender, Land Rover engineers have
crafted a subtle boat tail-style uplift that also maximises the unparalleled
all-terrain capability customers expect from Defender, providing a departure
angle of 28.5 degrees2. The surrounds for the rear LED lighting units have been
re-engineered to maintain the three distinct lines that define Defender’s side
profile as they rise subtly towards the rear.
Black roof rails are fitted as standard, while Defender’s full range of
exterior accessories – including the Explorer, Adventure, Country and Urban
packs – are also available.
Silver detailing can be found on the bonnet louvres and side fenders of all
Defender 130 models, perfectly complemented by 50.8 cm (20) alloy wheels, which
are available in a Bright Silver finish.
Defender 130, Land Rover is introducing enhanced colour and material options
for customers looking for an even more refined experience, effortlessly
balanced with the tough, rugged character and more interior space than ever.
Rover engineers have created an impressive interior space by effectively
shrink-wrapping interior packaging components around the body-in-white,
maximising the amount of usable interior space, without the need for a large on-road
in rows two and three benefit from a small stadium rise, for superior
visibility. Getting in to the third row is effortless, as the row two seats
slide and fold forwards to provide wide access. From the tailgate, customers can
simply lower the Defender’s Electronic Air Suspension with buttons inside the
load area to aid with loading items into the rear.
130 provides a spacious and practical load area, with up to 3893 l of cargo
volume even with the rearmost seats in place. When the seats are not in use,
they stow to create a large loading area, giving customers the ultimate choice
in configuring the interior arrangement that best suits their needs. They are
split in 40:20:40 configuration for added convenience.
new material finish – Natural Light Oak engineered wood veneer – is inspired by
driftwood and lends a natural, modern look and feel, available to elegantly
complement the Light Oyster Perforated Windsor Leather seating. Vintage Tan
Perforated Windsor Leather is also available across the Defender line-up.
Defender 130 integrates the global location platform, what3words, giving
customers accurate and precise navigation even in the most remote environments.
British technology company what3words has divided the globe into a grid of 57
trillion 3m x 3m squares, each with a unique, easy-to-remember three-word
air quality on every trip is enhanced by Cabin Air Purification Plus, which
makes its Defender debut in the new 130. It is fitted to the largest Defender
in the line-up as standard and combines nanoe X technology for allergen
reduction and pathogen removal, to help significantly reduce odours and
viruses. In addition, CO2 Management and PM2.5 Cabin Air Filtration improve the
cabin environment by monitoring interior and exterior air and adjusting
accordingly, ensuring occupants experience the best available air quality.
nanoe X technology is scientifically proven to significantly reduce viruses and
bacteria and the Purge function allows customers to prime the cabin prior to
departure remotely, using their smartphone, to ensure optimum air quality from
the very beginning of every journey.
Defender 130 is available with a powerful
and efficient choice of electrified powertrains, including the P400 mild-hybrid
Ingenium six-cylinder petrol, delivering a power of 294 kW (394hp) and a torque
of 550 Nm, as well as the D300 Ingenium six-cylinder diesel, delivering a power
of 221 kW (296hp) and a torque of 650 Nm.
Defender 130 is fitted with Land Rover’s Intelligent All-Wheel Drive (iAWD)
system and eight-speed ZF automatic transmission as standard. The iAWD
technology efficiently and effectively manages the powertrain and power
distribution between the front and rear axles, optimising on-road efficiency
and all-terrain capability as necessary.
Defender 130 is also fitted with Electronic Air Suspension with Adaptive
Dynamics and Land Rover’s advanced Terrain Response® system for unrivalled
all-terrain capability and driver confidence in all environments. The
combination of advanced systems ensures comfortable and effortless progress
across broken surfaces, delivering agile performance and has a wading depth up
to 900 mm in water.
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