Our 2021 SUV of the Year adds a screaming 518-hp V-8 engine option for 2022.
Under the Defender's sculpted aluminium exterior, Land Rover is packing its well-known 5.0-liter supercharged V-8.
Pick the Defender 90 V-8, and 0-60 mph takes a wild 4.9 seconds.
Up until it achieves a very constrained peak speed of 149 mph, it will continue to defy the rules of aerodynamics.
To assist slow down the vehicle, the bigger 15.0-inch front brake rotors are hidden by the new 22-inch wheels.
A really calming colour scheme, especially with the Narvik Black roof on the first two choices.
With a base price of $101,750 and an additional $108,550 needed to upgrade to the 110 V-8 Carpathian Edition, the 110 V-8 isn't significantly more expensive.
Most Defender levels may add the Extended Black package, and a newly available 11.4-inch touchscreen infotainment display is also an option.