Land Rover Defender 2,000,000

In order to celebrate 67 years of Land Rover and Defender production, a unique vehicle has been built commemorating the United Kingdom production of the two-millionth Series Land Rover and Defender. Created as a tribute to nearly seven decades of Land Rover production in the Solihull Plant, UK, the bespoke design is being completed by numerous special guests, including Bear Grylls. Defender fans and collectors alike will be given the chance to own this unique piece of Land Rover’s history in December 2015, when it goes up for auction by renowned auction house, Bonhams. All proceeds will be donated to Land Rovers humanitarian and conservation partners, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the Born Free Foundation.


The ‘Defender 2,000,000’ features many distinctive exterior design cues, including a map of Red Wharf Bay, where the original Land Rover was designed and drawn in the sand. This map is engraved into the aluminum fender, which contrasts beautifully with the Silver Satin exterior paint. At the rear of the vehicle, a unique ‘No. 2,000,000’ badge sits next to the spare tire. Santorini Black wheels, wheel arches, roof, door hinges, mirror caps, and grille compliment the paint perfectly.


Inside, the ‘No. 2,000,000’ badge has been mirrored from the exterior onto the console. The leather seats feature the ‘Red Wharf Bay’ graphic and the ‘No. 2,000,000’ logos have been stitched into the headrests. Fitted to the driver’s seat plinth, a bespoke aluminum plaque has been signed by everyone who helped assemble the vehicle. At the front and the rear, S90 HUE registration plates complete this one-of-a-kind Land Rover Defender.


Under the hood sits a 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine, producing 122 horsepower and 265 lb-ft of torque. Mated to a six-speed manual gearbox, reaching 60 mph takes around 14 seconds.


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