Local specs and pricing have been announced for the new Land Rover Defender ahead of its Australian launch in June 2020.
Initially, only the four-door Defender 110 model will be available with a choice of three engines across five trim levels.
Land Rover will offer the Defender in standard, S, SE and HSE grades, along with special First Edition and trims.
Priced from $69,990 plus on-road costs, the D200 uses a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine producing 147kW and 430Nm. Every engine is paired with an eight-speed torque converter automatic transmission with a two-speed transfer case and all-wheel drive.
The base model is also available with the turbo-diesel D240 engine which is tuned to deliver 177kW and 430Nm.
Defender S and SE grades are available with the D240 engine or the P400 inline-six petrol unit that’s good for 294kW and 550Nm.
HSE and X models are exclusively available with the P400 engine, while the First Edition gets the D240.
In terms of standard kit, the entry-level Defender is equipped with air suspension, Terrain Response off-road system, 18-inch wheels, a full-size spare, LED headlights, keyless entry and start, dual-zone climate control, rubber flooring, black fabric trim and a 10.0-inch infotainment touchscreen with digital radio, satellite navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Safety-wise, autonomous emergency braking, lane-keep assist, traffic sign recognition, tyre pressure monitoring, surround-view monitor, cruise control with speed limiter, wade sensing and a driver attention alert are included as standard.
Moving to the Defender S (from $83,800 plus on-roads) adds larger 19-inch alloy wheels, automatic high-beam, a digital instrument cluster, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, as well as front and rear centre armrests.
Stepping up to the SE grade (from $91,300 plus on-roads) brings an electronically-adjustable steering column, the clever ClearSight digital rear-view mirror, blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert.
HSE models (from $112,900 plus on-roads) add 20-inch wheels, power-folding wing mirrors and a Meridian sound system.
The First Edition (from $102,500 plus on-roads) is differentiated by a black contrast roof with a panoramic sunroof, privacy glass, an exterior black pack, 20-inch alloy and heated front seats with memory function.
The range-topping off-road focused Defender X (from $137,100 plus on-roads) scores the Terrain Response 2 system with All Terrain Progress Control, an electronic active differential with torque vectoring, matrix LED headlights, a head-up display and a refrigerated front console. A full list of equipment highlights can be found below. 
Following the launch of the Defender 110 in June, Land Rover will make the two-door 90 version available later in 2020.
2020 Land Rover Defender 110 pricing (excludes on-road costs):
D200 - $69,990
D240 - $75,900
S D240 - $83,800
S P400 - $95,700
SE D240 - $91,300
SE P400 - $103,100
HSE P400 - $112,900
First Edition D240 - $102,500
X P400 - $137,100
2020 Land Rover Defender equipment highlights:
All variants feature
Electronic air suspension
Adaptive dynamics
All-wheel drive
Two-speed transfer case
'Alpine' rooftop windows
Puddle lighting
Trailer stability assist
LED tail-lights
Automatic headlights
Rain-sensing wipers
Side-hinge tailgate
Off-road tyres
Rubber flooring
Dual-zone climate control
Soft-close tailgate
DAB+ digital radio
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
Keyless Entry
Tyre-pressure monitoring
Push-button start
Autonomous emergency braking
Lane-keeping assist
Surround-view camera
Unique to the entry-level Defender
Silver bash plates and badges
Black grille bar and bonnet finisher
Black mirror caps
LED headlights
18-inch steel wheels
Eight-way semi-powered front seats
40/20/40 folding rear seats with no armrest
Walk-through front cabin
Analogue instrument cluster dials
Defender S adds
Leather gear shifter
Auto high-beam assist
19-inch six-spoke alloy wheels
12-way semi-powered front seats
40/20/40 folding rear bench with armrest
Leather-wrapped steering wheel
Centre console with armrest
Defender SE adds
Premium LED headlights
20-inch five-spoke alloy wheels
12-way electric memory front seats
Digital rear-view mirror
Meridian sound system
Blind-spot monitoring
Rear cross-traffic alert
Defender HSE adds
Matrix LED headlights with 'signature' running lights
20-inch alloy wheels finished in dark gloss
14-way heated and cooled front seats
Leather steering wheel
Extended interior leather trim
Rear collision monitoring
Defender First Edition adds
Terrain Response 2
Configurable Terrain Response off-road modes
Exterior black pack
Black contrast roof
Privacy glass
20-inch alloy wheels
12-way heated, electric memory front seats
Heated steering wheel
Metal treadplates with 'First Edition' engraving
Twin front cupholders
Defender X adds
'Starlight Satin' skid plates, grille and badging
Black cladding and bonnet finishers
Orange brake calipers
Exposed rear recovery eye
20-inch wheels in satin black
14-way heated, cooled, electric front seats
40/20/40 folding heated rear seats
Rough-cut wood veneer centre console trim
Illuminated tread plates with 'Land Rover engraving'
Extended leather trim
Black interior headlining
Premium cabin lighting
Meridian surround sound system
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