"The new Defender embraces its rich lineage in a modern, 21st century package that makes it extremely capable, on and off-road," Jaguar Land Rover India President and Managing Director Rohit Suri said in a statement.
The new Defender will be offered in five different variants across both 90 and 110 trims; Base, S, SE, HSE and First Edition.
The model is customisable with a multitude of seating options, accessory packs and features to choose from, JLR said.
For India, the new Defender will come with various features like 360 degree surround camera, wade sensing, electronic air suspension (standard on 110), smartphone pack, connected navigation, off-road tyres, centre console with refrigerated compartment (optional) and more, it added.
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