Monday, November 23, 2009

2012 LAND ROVER DEFENDER


12 comments:

Michael said...

very in keeping with the land rover defender iconic style exactly what land rover defender drivers would want. With a modern twist well done. Would by one.

Anonymous said...

Bumper is garbage. Where are the recovery points? No raingutter on the roof limits roof rack options. Design strongly suggests unibody construction, not good for a 4x4. Abandoning current construction method is good for the builder, bad for the end user. Side windows should slide open, not be fixed. Still, not a bad effort overall.

Giovanni said...

My proposal for Def2014:
(alternative from other prototype)
http://img694.imageshack.us/img694/7118/11rovertoppopup2.jpg

Anonymous said...

Don't like it much prefer this one
http://www.google.com.au/imgres?imgurl=http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_dtV_BboDhyU/R6hXm163MRI/AAAAAAAABbQ/Azx6kGYPKrA/s400/newdefenderconcept.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.blog.snaskshop.com/2008/02/land-rover-defender-concept.html&h=300&w=400&sz=42&tbnid=h5vXJMNRjCEezM:&tbnh=93&tbnw=124&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dland%2Brover%2Bdefender%2Bconcept&hl=en&usg=__bX3Ng_Nv7XYjCpdmD2ogmbvGg3w=&sa=X&ei=ZjASTIHeDsuIkAXPoc3JBw&ved=0CCUQ9QEwAg

Anonymous said...

Land rover are stupid to make this cause noone will buy it, i looks like some1 shat on a stick

Anonymous said...

Do your research.
The first vehicle 95 percent of the people on the planet saw was a Land Rover. 85 percent of those... are still running. So while it may look like "some1 shat on a stick"... it's made a larger impact than any other vehicle on earth.

Anonymous said...

this defender looks like a fried egg,i own a 130 2010 and 110 2007 and i wont buy this piece o garbaje not good try again please...tata doesn't know what to do...gived back to the bloody british they will know what to do .gufito

Anonymous said...

Land Rover will never be the well known Land Rover again

Anonymous said...

Michael ( post 1 ) obviously doesn't own a Defender.
I do and would not px mine for that dogs diner.

Anonymous said...

land rover please biuld this peace of garbaje so my 1998 300 tdi will be worth ££££££ fully rebilt i can not wait

Anonymous said...

The Defender is a tool, no glamour, no bling, the same as a wheel barrow is a tool, it is designed for a specific purpose. If you want your Defender to have all the trimmings...buy a Disco. Keep the Defender a basic, rustic machine. Future incarnations of this legend should be focused on manufacturing efficiency and end user satisfaction.
(1997 defender owner)

John Smith said...

No way, the defender differs too much already from that of the original Land Rover that we all recognize.
I know for a fact that if that drove past me I wouldn't say 'ooh a new land rover' I would say 'what have you done?'. Land rover need to get their act together and revisit their utilitarian roots.