custom defender 110

Those looking for an off-road-oriented SUV that can handle anything the terrain throws at it should consider the custom defender 110. It is more capable than other Land Rover models and also offers a more refined driving experience.

Its fuel economy estimates are 18 mpg city and 21 highway with the four-cylinder engine, while the six-cylinder version is rated for 17 mpg in the city and 23 on the highway. You can get a standard Terrain Response system, which reconfigures transmission, suspension and traction settings to suit different conditions.

There is also an optional All-Terrain Progress Control, which is a cruise control that maximizes traction and prevents wheel spin on loose surfaces. Besides these features, the Defender 110 has standard features like automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, a surround-view parking camera system and blind-spot monitoring with traffic sign recognition.

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The boxy Defender’s design allows for a roomy interior with comfortable seats. The rear seats can be slid forward and back to increase cargo space.

Several workshops have built custom Defenders for the modern day. Chicago-based HHH Heritage specializes in light refreshes, while South-Carolina based Himalaya builds traditional Defender restorations. North Carolina-based Osprey Custom Cars produces cutting-edge Defender 90/110/130 builds with galvanized chassis and LS-swapped engines.

ECD Automotive Design has worked on a number of custom-built vehicles, and their ‘Project Neo’ Defender caught our eye. It is a stealthy looking custom build with significant visual tweaks on the outside.

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