Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations created ten customized Land Rover Discovery Defender SVX for an event in the Australian Alps during the winter. This Defender SVX is one badass car, it can bury the Jeep Wrangler in snow.
The Land Rover Defender SVX is one of the most exclusive interpretations of the SUV. The number of units of this version is sparse and one of its owners wanted to share with all the benefits of this great SUV. Watch the video below and take a good look at the SVX.
Land Rover Defender SVX Revealed
The Land Rover Defender SVX was built to conquer any terrain as reported by AutoOMobile. This is one of the most capable cars with which one can come up and one of the most adventurous to see. But finding one for sale is virtually impossible, because the units were built or are stored safely in garages of collectors. One of the owners of the Land Rover Defender SVX is a journalist and as such wanted to share with all the benefits of this great SUV.
The owner is Harry Metcalfe, Evo magazine reporter who is passionate about SUVs, so proudly displaying the Land Rover Defender SVX. It is one badass machine, with capacities of madness created to be able to conquer any terrain. The Discovery SVX can be a monstrous but family-friendly SUV, much like the future Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk as reported by NSEAVoice
The special division of the English brand was responsible for assembling this fantastic model. Like all special departments, either McLaren Special Operations, as Q by Aston Martin, the work presented is really unique. Generously sized tires, body protections, alternative lighting system, etc. As it is built for the snow, it features tires that are bolted to the rim, allowing them to function with unconventionally low air pressures stashed inside. In addition, this creation has a review of its mechanics as well as various settings that get the Defender SVX can accomplish what we see in the video below.
Land Rover Defender Demands Increased
The Land Rover Defender is one of the most in demand and missed car. The way it is, this model always attracts attention.
Although the brand has finally ceased to produce last December 2015 after a continuous run of 67 years, and plans to bring it back to life have been canceled, the demand for the Defender does not stop and its farewell leaves a void difficult to fill and might be best for Land Rover Jaguar to revive it.