2019 Land Rover Defender

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latest 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel and petrol engines will be the main powerplants of the Defender, and both manual and automatic gearbox options should be available. It’ll be far more refined than the old model, which isn’t saying much, but the Defender will still show the breadth of its talents when you take it into the wilderness. A hybrid model is expected from or soon after launch, using a petrol engine alongside an electric motor. It is likely to offer 31 miles of electric-only power, but a completely electric version will appear in a couple of years – when the battery technology is good enough to dissolve fears of getting stuck in said wilderness.

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