Both the Black and Silver versions and be customized with Windsor leather inserts, and a choice of three colorways: Ebony/Pimento, Ebony/Tan or Ebony/Lunar, continued through the second and third row seats on Station Wagons. Both models also get ABS and dynamic stability control as standard.
Yesterday we took a look at two Evoque derivatives from Range Rover and today we get a sneak peek at two new Defender variants from Land Rover. Although they don’t alter the vehichle’s performance in any noteworthy way, the Black and Silver Packs provide a clean finish to an already sleek model. Both color palettes are set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The Black Pack features Santorini black exterior, tinted windows, ebony Alston headliner and gloss black heavy duty wheels. Meanwhile, the Silver Pack includes a bright Indus silver finish, contrasting roof, white rear lamp lenses and Dual Finish alloy wheels.