2022 Land Rover Defender at Land Rover Oklahoma City
For drivers looking for an extreme outdoor adventure, the 2022 Defender is the travel companion to select. Harkening back to the days of the Range Rovers of the 50s, the Defender is rugged and durable while also meeting your needs for creature comforts. Your choices for the 90 include the Defender 90, 90 S, X-Dynamic S, X-Dynamic SE, X-Dynamic HSE, 90 X, 90 V8, and the 90 V8 Carpathian Edition. You also have the same options in the 110 size. If that long list of models sounded complicated, wait until you dig deeper into the features and options available on these fantastic exploration machines. To experience the Defender in person, visit Land Rover Oklahoma City. You could be returning home to Dallas or Tulsa in the most capable SUV on the planet.
The Defender is genuinely propose built for exploring the roughest environments you can find. The two-door model is tagged as the 90, while the larger 4-door version is the 110. There are three engine options: a turbocharged four-cylinder, a turbo and supercharged six-cylinder, and a supercharged V8. The supercharged V8 is the new choice for the 2022 model year. The base four-cylinder delivers 296 horsepower, while the opposite end of the spectrum is the V8 that puts down an awe-inspiring 518 horsepower. As you might expect, all of these vehicles are equipped with four-wheel drive and automatic transmissions.
The Defender is very much a current version of the early off-road offerings of Range Rover. The lines are bold and straightforward. At first glance, you might expect this to be a more Spartan vehicle on the inside as it looks like an old body shape, but that is far from the case. The large body is simply necessary to afford the space and comfort expected of a Range Rover.
When you open the Defender door, you are reminded that its classic exterior is only a replica of the original exploration vehicles. You are greeted by a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment command center complete with Pivi Pro. If you choose the upgraded screen, it will measure 11.4 inches. Standard tech includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, an onboard Wi-Fi hotspot, and navigation. For an even more high-tech look, you can replace the gauge cluster with a digital one and include a heads-up display. The driver-assist and safety tech options include adaptive cruise control, automated emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, a driver attention monitor, and forward-collision warning to name a few of the features.
While there are many more rustic elements in the interior, it is all about design. The theme is ruggedness. But the creature comforts are still there behind the more masculine décor. Exposed rivets on the doors and more exposed metal fit the image of this off-road vehicle. However, you will still enjoy 8-way adjustable heated seats, leather steering wheel and gear shift, a premium sound system, and optional natural wood veneer.
Visit Land Rover Oklahoma City today to test drive the 2022 Defender.