The coronavirus has led to a delay of the Land Rover Defender 90 deliveries in the USA.
The official site of Land Rover in America displays both the Defender 110 and the Defender 90 as options.
The first is available to order at a starting price of $49,900. The Defender 110 also offers the First Edition version at $68,650, and the X variant at $80,190.
The Defender 90 is available now only as the First Edition model priced at $65,100. It comes with a 3.0-liter mild-hybrid 6-cylinder engine that delivers 395 hp (295 kW) and 406 lb-ft (550 Nm) of torque.
We expect that the regular short-wheelbase model, when it is available, will cost about $46,000.
When you’re trying to configure the Land Rover Defender 90 First Edition, voila – you are being informed that the production and first customer deliveries have been delayed as a result COVID-19 related supply chain constraints.
On its website, Land Rover recommends American customers to contact a local retailer to place an order for a Defender 90 and timing of deliveries. For today, the launch date for U.S. buyers is unclear.
In Europe, customers will be able to order the Defender 90 from early September 2020. In the UK, it costs from £40,330. The Defender 110 costs here from £45,600.
Source: Land Rover