The story of the all-new 2021 Land Rover Defender is a well-told one. At this point, you probably know how capable it is and what features it will get, so we’ll get right down to the nitty-gritty details at this point such as pricing.
Most variants of the all-new Defender are dressed in 19-inch 6-spoke alloy wheels with off-road tires, LED headlights with auto high beam and leveling, front foglights, black roof rails, and a rear-mounted full-size spare tire, and a Bright Exterior Pack. Buyers can opt for the following packs to further enhance the exterior design: Urban (as shown), Country, Adventure, and Explorer.
As for interior appointments, the all-new Defender features a fully digital instrument cluster, 10-inch Pivi Pro infotainment system, ClearSight digital rearview mirror, leather seats, painted console, white interior ambient lighting, center console with armrest, and smart keyless entry with push-button start. The electronic features make up the Land Rover Electronic Vehicle Architecture (EVA 2.0) which supports over-the-air updates. While the modern interior is definitely luxurious, Land Rover has kept some parts of the interior utilitarian, especially those that will be susceptible to wear-and-tear.
As with most modern cars nowadays, the 2021 Land Rover Defender is equipped with a host of advanced driver-assist systems, ranging from automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, lane keeping assist, Land Rover’s innovative ClearSight Ground View camera, 360-degree camera system, and a host of autonomous parking aids.
The pinnacle of the Defender line-up is the Defender 110 First Edition. This model gets all the bells and whistles, including Matrix LED headlights, 20-inch 5-spoke alloy wheels, panoramic sunroof, 400-watt 10-speaker Meridian surround sound system, three-zone climate control, 14-way power-adjustable front seats, illuminated door sills, and a center console with a built-in refrigerator. Also unique to the Defender 110 First Edition is blind spot warning with rear cross traffic alert.
As mentioned, the 2021 Land Rover Defender is offered in the Philippines with only one engine choice: the range-topping P400 a 3.0-liter inline-6 with a twin-scroll turbo mated to a 48-volt integrated starter generator. The mild-hybrid system produces a total output of 395 hp and can propel the all-new Defender from zero to 100 kph in just 6.1 seconds.
Defender 110 Urban: P6,310,000
Defender 110 Country: P6,360,000
Defender 110 Adventure: P6,440,000
Defender 110 Explorer: P6,610,000
Defender 110 First Edition: P9,390,000