Land Rover are testing out their new 2020 Land Rover Defender and the car maker has released some teaser photos of this new SUV.
The photos are camouflaged so we do not get to see the full design of the new Defender but they do gives us an idea on what this new SUV will look like.
A Defender prototype wearing a unique camouflage will experience life at the Borana Conservancy as part of Land Rover’s 15-year partnership with Tusk Trust. The prototype will tow heavy loads, wade through rivers and carry supplies across unforgiving terrain in a series of real-world trials at the 14,000-hectare reserve.
By the time the new Defender makes its public debut later this year, it will have passed more than 45,000 individual tests in some of the most extreme environments on earth. Land Rover engineers have taken the test fleet to the 50-degree heat of the desert, the sub 40-degree cold of the Arctic, as well as up to 10,000ft altitude of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado to ensure the new Defender will take everyday life in its stride, for even its most adventurous customers.
You can find out more information about the new 2020 Land Rover Defender over at Land Rover at the link below.
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