The special-edition Defender will mould Aussie surf culture into 15 creations for Aussie buyers
Pricing will start from $129,976 before on-road costs. That’s $33,800 more than the standard edition of the Defender 90 D250 S.
The special Defender is available to order now before deliveries begin in May 2024.
Land Rover will offer the Pacific Blue Edition in the short-wheelbase 90 body style with just one engine choice: the 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged Ingenium straight-six engine that produces 183kW/570Nm.
The special-edition Defenders will come with a unique surfboard, along with a side-mounted gear carrier, aqua sports carrier, a portable rinse system and a tow hitch receiver as standard.
Each of the Pacific Blue Editions will be finished in Pacific Blue matte paintwork, which is contrasted by a white roof and black roof rails. White 18-inch steel wheels and all-terrain tyres also feature as standard.
The special-edition cars are based on the S trim level, which includes on the interior white contrasting on the steering wheel and door panels, along with a white powder-coated brushed dashboard.
The Pacific Blue SUVs also gain 12-way grained leather heated front seats and a Meridian sound system.
As for vehicle technologies, each edition will use air suspension, “adaptive dynamics” and headlight levelling.
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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