Defender by Galpin: a classic of the brain

Defender by Galpin: a classic of the brain


The workshop brought two SUVs to the Los Angeles motor show, decorated in neorero style – when classic features are combined with modern details. For these models, the team looked to the classic Land Rover Series I and II for inspiration.

The first, the Defender 90 P400 First Edition, is painted in Jaguar Green and has an ivory roof. For the upholstery of the salon, they used parchment leather, as well as darkened decor. There is a place in the trunk for transporting a surfboard.

The second SUV was named Defender 110 P400 SE. It is finished in a stylish Jaguar Navy shade with an ivory roof and rims.

Parchment leather is also used inside the car, but with dark blue inserts in the form of crow’s feet.

Inside this SUV there was a place for a neat table, a drawer for a home refrigerator and even a sink. This is where the details end. More information is promised to be revealed in December.

Under the hood of the Defender P400 is a 3.0-liter six-cylinder Land Rover engine with 395 hp.

We also recommend that you watch a detailed test drive of the Land Rover Defender from the FineAuto team:

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