Land Rover returned to their place of birth to re-draw the iconic vehicle in the sand as was done back in the 1947s at Red Warf Bay by it’s founding designer Maurice Wilks and his brother Spencer Wilks.
This event is to mark the start of 2015 and a year of celebration to the passing of the Defender that will cease production at the end of this year.
As promised by Land Rover, there would be a limited edition end of line model to pay homage to the classic Land Rover design, but yet again they have surpassed our expectations by giving us not one but three models.
I, The Autobiography Edition
Available in Europe from April, exclusively a 90 station wagon with full Windsor leather trim, special two tone paint work, a huge list of equipment and special features and a power upgrade to 150ps. Cost given from £61,500 or €64,000
ii, The Heritage Edition
The design of this 90 is with the classic nostalgic looks of the earlier Land Rovers in mind. In a distinctive coat of green paint with a white roof the Heritage edition will have all the modern comforts on the inside. Availability is said to be from August 2015 and costing around £31,000 or €39,900
iii, The Adventure Edition
For all of those Land Rover adventurers, this is the one for you. This 110 is in the G4 challenge orange paint with black roof and bonnet, unique leather trimmed interior and decals to confirm its limited spec. With factory fitted accessories and underside protection plates it shouts to the world “I am special”. Again this model is available from August, with prices around £38,500 or €50,000