The 2020 Land Rover Defender a fail?15th October 2019
The Land Rover Defender for long has been an all-time favorite off-road vehicle with superiority and class. But is the 2020 land rover defender a fail? Many argue. Many criticize. Some love it. Let’s truly find out.
A Land Rover is always iconic. They are designed to be unpalatably refined to the end. The Land Rover Discovery and the Range Rover a unique luxury vehicle that supports the system of family life and makes one happy on a Sunday morning. But the Defender is an all-time out of the world beast that boasts its uniformity in such a way that the young and reckless love it. They simply admire it. And they want it.
But truth is, a passenger can never have the luxury in a Defender. They’d probably have their kidneys thrown in the dumps if it’s a bumpy ride. But that’s what they are there for, would mutter the Defender lovers. The belt buckles up on your waistline at times, and yes you probably would have a few issues with that gearbox. And no my friend, you ain’t taking her on your first date in that Defender; she will collide her head on the dashboard.
The world has moved on rapidly during the last decade and no-one is stupid enough anymore to purchase a Defender that is going to leave grease on your T-shirt unless you are a die-hard fan of Defenders. And Land Rover is slowly turning it on by making Defenders a vehicle that moves onto the polo games in the evenings, the wine bars by night and there is still off-road ability there.
The Defender has been old school for many years now and the all-new 2020 Defender will have its work cut out to keep up with the Mercedes Unimog, AMG GT, Land Cruiser and even Suzukis Jimny and Jeep Wrangler. 75 years of history will have to be revolutionized in a single piece of time, winning the hearts of the Defender lovers and also the new generation.
So, What’s new in the 2020 Land Rover Defender?
- A wide range of petrol and diesel engine powered vehicles
- Independent suspension all round
- Coil Springs
- Terrain Response system
The developers have desperately tried to show that the old 4WD champion is still a heavy fighter while at the same time trying to adapt to the 21st century. A defender has to be able to pull, crank up the speed, not break after a thousand jerks and bounces and also get through the mud nonetheless.
So will you like it? Do you like the new model? We think that it is a big revolution for Land Rover. The 2020 Land Rover Defender is up in the market once again to prove its dominance as it had over the past. And time will tell us how successful this new addition to the Land Rover family is going to be like.