After a successful launch of Defender 110, Jaguar Land Rover India has announced that the sales of Defender 90 have begun in India today. The Defender 90 is on hand available in three powertrain options: 2.0-litre petrol supplying a power of 296 hp and torque of 400 Nm, 3.0-litre petrol delivering a power of 394 hp and torque of 550 Nm and 3.0-litre diesel dispensing a power of 296 hp and torque of 650 Nm. The prices of the Defender 90 will be starting from ₹ 76.57 lakh, ex-showroom in India.
Rohit Suri, President and Managing Director, Jaguar Land Rover India said, “Demand for Defender 110 continues to be strong and introduction of Defender 90 will further enhance the appeal of Defender and the Land Rover brand. We are extremely excited to introduce the epitome of iconic Land Rover design, the Defender 90. It is the toughest and most capable Land Rover ever made and provides new age connectivity with unstoppable off-road performance.”
The Defender 90 renders a six-seat practicality, thanks to the innovative front central jump seat. Embracing the 21st century tech and innovations, Land Rover’s Pivi infotainment system with an instinctive interface and its own back-up battery for always-on responses. Advanced software-over-the-air updates also ensure customers benefit from the latest software at all times, wherever they are in the world.
The Terrain Response is configurable which allows drivers to fine-tune the set-up of the car to suit the off-road conditions. The system also includes a new Wade program to provide the ultimate reassurance when driving through water by optimizing all vehicle systems accordingly.
The new Defender 90 is available in several models including Defender, X-Dynamic and Defender X. Moreover, Defender and X-Dynamic will come with S, SE and HSE specification packs. On top of that, customers are free to personalize their Defender in more ways than before with four Accessory Packs, the Explorer, Adventure, Country and Urban Packs. This gives each Defender a unique character with a specially selected range of enhancements.
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