The latest version of the Land Rover DC100 concept has been unveiled ahead of its debut at the New York motor show.
The Land Rover DC100 Expedition is the most rugged interpretation of the concept that previews the next-generation Defender yet.
Land Rover boss John Edwards has previously said he wants to show off the traditional Defender "abusability" on the new DC100, and the New York show car would appear to be in response to that.
The Expedition sports a new White and orange paint job, and rugged features including a winch, snorkel, a roof rack, bull bar, more pronounced towing eyes, greater amounts of black trim and beefier 275/55 Cooper tyres with five-spoke black alloys.
It follows several different versions of the DC100 concept since the Frankfurt motor show last September. As well as Frankfurt, versions have appeared in Dubai, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Delhi and now New York as Land Rover gathers live feedback into how it should evolve the next-generation Defender, due in 2015.