Special edition Defender will be on sale from March and cost from £24,995
13 January 2011

Land Rover has announced a new special edition Defender, dubbed X-Tech.

Features include silver exterior finish with contrasting black finish to the roof and wheel arches and bespoke black 16-inch ‘Saw Tooth’ alloy wheels, to create a sense of "raw utilitarianism". The interior is finished in Ebony and the seats add leather side bolsters.

Powering the Defender is a 2.4-litre diesel engine, boasting 266lb ft of torque.

Making its first appearance at the Brussels motor show this month, the Defender X-Tech will go on sale from March, with prices starting from £24,995

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