You may be confused about why there's a new Land Rover Defender out on the market considering that the venerable old line of vehicles was retired not too long ago, but it's possible thanks to the intervention of aftermarket auto designer East Coast Defender.
This particular vehicle happens to be powered by an exceptionally solid and high-performance 6.2-liter V8 engine that is capable of pumping out as much as 430 horsepower. This particular engine setup allows the new Land Rover Defender to zoom along from zero to 60 miles per hour in only seven seconds on its way to a top speed that crosses the 100 miles per hour mark.
Ultimately, this new Land Rover Defender shows how aftermarket operators can not just bring discontinued vehicles back to life but can breathe new life and performance levels into them.
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