British carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has introduced a new version of its iconic Defender, which will be exclusively manufactured in Nitra.
“The new Defender, which meets and even exceeds the strictest global regulations on emissions and safety, will be sold on 128 global markets,” said JLR chief commercial officer Felix Bräutigam, as quoted in a press release.
The very first Defenders rolled off the production line in the 1980s, but their production was stopped in 2016.
The new model, which will come to the market next year, was subjected to 62,000 technical tests, and its prototypes were exposed to different terrains, such as the desert and the Arctic, covering over 1 million kilometres around the world.
10. Sep 2019 at 22:07 | Compiled by Spectator staff