Land Rover Classic's latest model is inspired by UK icons — co-founder Spencer Wilks and the Isle of Islay in the Scottish Inner Hebrides, where the name Land Rover was coined. The Land Rover Classic Defender Works V8 Islay Edition is inspired by Wilks's own Land Rover Series IIa, painted Heritage Grey with a contrasting Limestone roof and heavy-duty steel wheels. The SUV is built on the 2012-2016 Defender 90 and 110 chassis, with a 5-liter, 405 horsepower V8 paired with a ZF eight-speed automatic transmission. Windsor Ebony leather is used for the seats, roof, door cards, and dash, with tweed inserts from the Islay Woollen Mill. Round removable trays are made from the oak barrels of the Kilchoman Distillery, and each Islay Edition comes with a bottle of "639" whiskey made exclusively for the vehicle. 17 Defender 90s and 13 Defender 110s will be produced.