Land Rover has revealed the new Defender Hard Top aimed at the commercial vehicle market.
The British marque says the stripped back Hard Top version will be offered in both 90 and 110 body styles.
In Hard Top configuration, the Defender loses the rearmost side windows while maintaining the nameplates off-road ability.
The Hard Top will feature independent coil spring suspension, 291mm ground clearance, a wading depth of 900mm, the Terrain Response 2 system and a 3500kg towing capacity.
At this stage, Land Rover is yet to announce what engines will power the Hard Top models.
Potential buyers should note, the interior layout is focused on cargo space meaning there’s no second or third-row seating.
Land Rover hasn’t released any images of the Hard Top’s interior, however, it will come standard with the ClearSight rear-view mirror, a 3D surround camera system, and the Pivi Pro touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Locally, Land Rover says the Defender Hard Top is currently being evaluated for sale in Australia. Stay tuned!
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