The 2020 Land Rover Defender, which is a main star of the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show, offers a unprecedented number of configurations, in which you could get lost.
The Defender comes in 90 and 110 body designs. The model range comprises Defender, S, SE, HSE, First Edition, and top Defender X.
The entry-level Land Rover Defender 110 P300 with a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder 296-hp turbo engine (295 lb-ft / 400 Nm) costs from $50,925 (destination charge inclusive).
It accelerates from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 7.7 seconds and achieves a top speed of 119 mph (191.5 km/h). The Defender 110 S trim retail price is $54,375.
The price of the Defender P400 goes from $63,275 (the SE trim) to $69,375 for the HSE and ends at $81,295 for the X trim.
It is powered by a 3.0-liter V6 engine producing 395 hp and 406 lb-ft (550.5 Nm). The 0-60 mph acceleration takes 5.8 seconds (6.1 sec in the X trim). The maximum speed is 129 mph (208 km/h).
The Defender First Edition costs $69,675 in the 1st year of production.
The wheel options depending on a trim level are 18” and 19” steely or 22” five-spoke glossy silver ones.
The carmaker offers several Accessory Packs for the 2020 Land Rover Defender: Country Pack ($637.07 and $1,893.73), Adventure Pack ($2,844.08), Explorer Pack ($4,286.55).
Besides, there is plenty of exteriors and interior choices, a variety of options, and packs like Advanced Tow Assist and Towing Pack, Cold Climate Pack, Terrain Response, Off-Road Pack, Comfort, and Convenience Pack, Basic Rear Seat Convenience Pack, Premium Interior Protection/Storage Pack, and others.
A more expensive Land Rover Defender 130 is due to come in 2021.
Meanwhile, Defender 110 will be the first to arrive in North America. A shorter 90 will go on sale later in 2020.