The Defender nameplate will reportedly spawn a family of vehicles, from a long-wheelbase variant due next year to a posh, six-figure model in 2025.
Land Rover already sells multiple versions of the Defender—the stubby but charming two-door 90, the standard four-door 110, and the burly supercharged V8 model. Now Land Rover is preparing to expand the Defender lineup even further, turning it into a family of vehicles similar to what it did with the Range Rover nameplate.
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