One of the most anticipated automotive releases of the last few years, the all-new Land Rover Defender is finally here. Its distinctive shape clearly recalls its predecessors, yet borrows from Rover's current lineup to create a more aerodynamic and modern silhouette. Minimal front and rear overhangs combine with the incredibly rigid and lightweight aluminum monocoque and full-time all-wheel drive to ensure its off-road capabilities are worthy of its name. Inside, a spartan interior is in keeping with the spirit of the vehicle without sacrificing comfort. At launch, it will be available with two mild-hybrid gas engines and two diesel engines, with a plug-in hybrid planned for next year. The larger 110 model will launch first, with the more compact 90 following soon thereafter. Both will be available in standard, First Edition, and X models, with standard, S, SE, and HSE specification packs. Additional accessory packs — Explorer, Adventure, Country, and Urban — will further customize the vehicle for its intended purpose.