Land Rover has revealed 130, the largest derivative of the new Defender. With all of the extra space liberated behind the rear wheels, the longest Defender iteration measures a significant 5.3 meters in length. The wheelbase of the 130 has not been altered from that of the Defender 110. The 130 is 340mm longer than the 110, and its 5,358 m length hides the fact that it is about 200 mm longer than a BMW X7. However, the increased length has an effect on the Defender’s off-road performance, with the departure angle decreasing from 40 degrees to 28.5 degrees due to the extended rear overhang.
Land Rover Defender 130: biggest of The Defenders:
The Defender 130 adds 340mm of an additional length behind the back hub instead of between the wheels similar to the case for its ancestor. Subsequently, it is indistinguishable from the moderate-sized 110 in front of the C-support point. Estimating 5,358mm long by and large, it is prepared to take on the biggest extravagance SUVs at a bargain and is somewhat longer than the BMW X7 and Mercedes-Benz G-Class.
The additional length makes for a gigantic, 2,516-liter burden space with the two lines of secondary lounges collapsed. That is 953 liters more than presented by the 110 in a similar setup. However, more huge than that, it obliges another two-three seating designs as a choice, which makes the Defender the main standard SUV in Europe equipped for conveying in excess of seven tenants.
The three lines in the eight-seat vehicle are organized in an ‘arena’ design – by which the center and rearmost are somewhat raised – to upgrade forward perceivability. Land Rover expresses admittance to the back seats is “easy”, the kindness of sliding and collapsing centerline, and three grown-ups can go in solace in the back with “liberal headroom”, warmed seats, cushioned armrests, capacity cubbies, and USB-C ports. There is a second all-encompassing sunroof at the rear of the vehicle, as well, so the inside is “light and vaporous for everybody”, and four-zone cooling can be prepared as a choice.
Land Rover Defender 130: inside, variations:
Likewise, with the reach beating V8 adaptations of the 90 and 110, the 130 comes as standard with the biggest, 11.4-inch bent touchscreen in Land Rover’s portfolio, running the most recent age of the company’s Pivi Pro programming. The 130 can be had with a decision of new inside trim choices, including chrome air vents and seat switches, oak facade, and tan cowhide seats.
It is accessible in a decision of five trims from send-off: SE, HSE, X-Dynamic, X, and restricted run First Edition – the remainder of which is presented in three “cautiously organized” custom variety blends and accompanies the main part of the choice boxes ticked.
Land Rover Defender 130: powertrain choices
Purchasers get a decision of three gentle hybridized powertrains, natural from the more limited Defender models, and each matched with an 8-speed ZF programmed gearbox. The P300 petroleum straight-six opens the line-up with 300hp and 470Nm, while the P400 brings climbs of 100hp and 80Nm and furthermore cuts the 0-100kph run from 8.0sec to 6.6sec. Diesel power comes as the 300hp, 650Nm D300 straight-six, which covers the 0-100kph run in 7.5sec. There is no word yet on extra powertrain subsidiaries, however, the 90 and 110 are each accessible with module crossbreed and execution situated V8 choices.
Land Rover Defender 130: will it come to India?
While there is no authority affirmation, going via Land Rover’s technique of presenting pretty much every model in India, we expect the new Defender 130 to come to our shores from here on out. The brand has proactively declared valuing for the all-new Range Rover and the Range Rover Sport for our market, and conveyances are supposed to start in the not-so-distant future.