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Defender 90 production and first customer deliveries have been delayed as a result COVID-19 related supply chain constraints. Please contact your local retailer to place an order for Defender 90 and timing of deliveries.

The Defender S, HSE and X will be available in summer 2020.


▲ Max speed is 129 mph when fitted with 22" wheels.


‡‡ The maximum coupling point (nose weight) only applies to trailers with overrun brakes, without overrun breaks the maximum coupling point (nose weight) = 330 lbs. Furthermore, the coupling point (nose weight) must not exceed 10% of the gross trailer weight. For further information, please contact your preferred Land Rover Retailer.


◆ Dynamic roof load allows for up to 260 lbs / 370 lbs (90/110) when fitted with off-road tires and Expedition Roof Rack. Static roof load allows for up to 661 lbs.


** In off-road height and with tow eye cover removed.

† Always follow local speed limits.


‡ All figures are EPA estimates. Actual mileage may vary.


§ Never tow beyond a vehicle’s permissible towing capacity. Before towing, please consult the owner's manual or your local authorized Land Rover Retailer for more details.


|| Driving in floodwaters or moving water should be avoided. Driving through water can be extremely dangerous. The Wade Sensing feature only detects depth of water the vehicle is in at the present time and not of water ahead or around the vehicle. Therefore, Wade Sensing cannot predict whether it is safe to proceed and cannot detect steep drops in grade around the vehicle. The driver is responsible for determining the conditions of the route being driven.