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The Last Land Rover Defender

The first Land Rover rolled off the line in Solihull in 1948. 68 years, later, so did the last. The Last Land Rover Defender is a 90 Heritage Soft Top, still using the same hood cleats as the original from decades before. This particular example will be housed in the Jaguar Land Rover Collection, while the existing production line will now be used for the Heritage Restoration Programme, which will restore and sell early model Rovers. Fear not, however, as the company is hard at work designing and engineering a New Defender that will hopefully carry on the moniker for another 60+ years.

  • Overfinch 40th Anniversary Defender

    Created to celebrate the history of the Land Rover modification and performance firm, the Overfinch 40th Anniversary Defender gives Rover's longest-lasting model a fresh facelift. Exterior changes include the company's signature painted front grille and bonnet with black chrome lettering, custom billet door handles and fuel cap, LED rear lighting, and 18" wheels. Inside, there's new ebony and cirrus leather on the seats, and headliner, a leather steering wheel, aluminum controls and pedals, and a double-din Alpine entertainment system and stereo with subwoofer, all of which help make the rugged SUV all the more luxurious.

  • Zarooq Sand Racer

    Dune buggys are generally a lot of fun to drive. They're also rarely road-friendly, if legal at all. The Zarooq Sand Racer aims to fix this. The first vehicle from the UAE company, it's powered by a mid-mounted 3.5L V6 engine outputting up to 500 horsepower through the rear wheels. Its tube chassis is made from high-strength steel, the bulkheads from aluminum, and the body from fiberglass, resulting in a weight of roughly 2,300 lbs. That, combined with the 12.4 inches of ground clearance, Fox shocks for handling bumps, and creature comforts like A/C, a racing suede-wrapped steering wheel, and a paddle-controlled six-speed automatic transmission should make it an exciting drive, on-road or off.