Land Rover has unveiled the Defender pedal car concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Land Rover has unveiled the Defender pedal car concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show. 

Designed to preview a production pedal car that will go on sale in the spring of 2016, the concept was hand-built in the United Kingdom and features styling inspired by the first pre-production Land Rover which is affectionately known as 'Huey' given its original numberplate of 'DUE 166'.

The highly-detailed concept also has an rolled-edge aluminum frame, a realistic front fascia and retro-styled wheels with off-road tires.  Other highlights include a spring suspension, working brakes and a detailed interior that features leather upholstery as well as an "authentically styled dashboard."

The pedal car is definitely cool but it won't come cheap as Land Rover estimates the production model will cost approximately £10,000 ($15,430 / €13,627).

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