Land Rover has developed a new unique edition edition of the Defender, which pays tribute to the company’s legendary Camel Trophy expedition vehicles.
It’s referred to as the Defender Trophy Edition, and it attributes a host of styling tweaks influenced by the classic off-highway problem cars that competed in between 1980 and 2000.
The cars are concluded with a yellow foundation coat, as for every initial Camel Trophy cars. However, the initial opposition cars showcased a Camel emblem on all of the racer’s doorways.
Land Rover could not use the cigarette company’s branding for authorized reasons, so to get about the issue, the British model has created a cunning new emblem for this unique-edition Defender, which (if you squint) seems a little bit like the Camel emblem located on the afterwards racers.
Other off-highway incorporate-ons include things like an expedition roof rack, a front bash plate, mud flaps, rubber floor