Land Rover Defender 90 V8

Land Rover Defender 90 V8



Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8

If you thought the new Land Rover Defender would not have a V8, you were wrong. Land Rover would not be a Land Rover would allow it. So check out the Land Rover Defender 90 V8 here! 525 dumb horsepower that is not necessary at all. They are fun though!

Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8

The Defender 90 V8 blocker does not require an introduction. It is a very strong concept from Land Rover. V8 with oil supercharger which is good at 525 hp and 625 Nm of torque and still sings well thanks to that supercharger. Thanks to the new chase, the horse’s strength is better to reach the ground and it is also fun to rotate the Defender through folds. In fact, because in mid-May we drove with winter tires on a Defender that did not do justice to the habit of turning a corner. We think the Defender V8’s ability with regular tires and temperatures is more fun to offer. The chassis has also been slightly modified for the V8 than other models. For example, it has larger and more stable block-roll bars and separate electric locks on the rear axle to keep the car under better control as the speed of the corner increases.

Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8

Defender V8 is available in two versions. The 90th version when we ran it has two entry doors and the 110 one so you can take your passengers back more easily. In terms of weight, the bullet is on the old metal. The 90 V8 weighs more than 2,500 kilograms with 110 more and 100 kilos more. The V8 has no problem with it and runs up to 100 miles per hour in 5.5 seconds. The maximum speed of this tea house on wheels is limited to 240 km / h. We think the V8 has no doubts about steaming. Stopping is also no problem with the claws and discs provided by Brembo. And they are not visible simply because of color. A size of not less than 50 inches ensures a comfortable filling of 22-inch wheels that a 90 V8 can be identified. If you want to be sure, look back. There you see four exhaust pipes coming out that do. loud noise.It is clear that the Defender V8 has been made unique! Land Rover continues the same line in a strange interior. The disadvantage is that the small space on the trunk The large door you open will lead you to suspect otherwise, but two weekend bags can only be placed on the trunk before placing the other on the back seat.

Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8

How does this tea house on wheels really work? Surprisingly good for its proportions and weight. We have already mentioned winter tires that reduced the fun a bit, but aside. The Guardian’s ability on the tarmac road is clear. The car offers a very high level of comfort on a public road and combines this with a sporty attitude. It will never give the impression of Cayenne, but it will leave you miles behind when you visit unpaved roads. Because there too 90 V8 stands on its base. Mainly because of its minimal appearance, it is a delicious cake of flammable sand and mud then dissolves mud droplets from the tires again at the first corners and cracks at home like a driver through a corner. Defender does not play for what qualities.

Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8

Prices for Land Rover Defender 90 V8 start at € 213,563. Defender 110 V8 is available from € 219,109. That’s all thanks to that fuel V8 because when you know that the D300 S goes for 112,000 euros and a little bit, you wonder why you should buy that V8. Je! it’s really that shock and the huge damage you buy with them.

Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8Operated: Land Rover Defender 90 V8

Photography and Christian Kalse