Osprey Custom Cars has unveiled its latest redesigned Land Rover Defender, this time turning the 90’s soft-top model into an SUV that can be turned into a Rodeo Drive.
During a major overhaul of the Defender, Osprey returned it to the chassis and then painted the body panels in a beautiful shade called Corris Gray. Also added was a new dense black soft top panel with a black powder-coated four-point roll grid, as well as a windshield wrap / rod.
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The company has even added anodized black aluminum door, hood and windshield hinges along with matching door handles. At the front there is a black grille with body-colored light frames, shiny black inputs and dual LED working lights built into the bumper. Completing the exterior modifications are a rear bumper, a two-inch hinged receiver, jack / recovery points, trailer wires and a heavy-duty rear tire carrier.
The interior is also much better equipped than the standard Defender. For example, it is now equipped with heated front windows, and heated front seats at the back are equipped with four-sided seats that can be easily folded. The 7-inch infotainment system is also equipped with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless devices. Rockford Fosgate’s eight-speaker audio system further increases the demand for SUVs.
Some of the most important updates have been made under the skin. Most importantly, the Defender 435 hp. and a 6.2-liter LS3 V8 naturally aspirated engine that produces 445 pound-feet (603 Nm) of torque. This V8 comes with a six-speed automatic transmission and a heavy-duty LT230 transmission case. There are also special speakers for the power unit, new exhaust, Grin aluminum radiator, electric cooling fans, stainless steel oil cooling lines, stainless steel brake lines, stainless steel fuel lines, heavy-duty rear axle and heavy-duty front. axis included. updated resume nodes.