Over 30 years of production, the classic Land Rover Defender became a legendary off-road vehicle. While the New Defender has replaced it, Land Rover Classic is giving it a proper tribute with the Defender Works V8 Trophy II, a fully-restored model brought up to modern standards of power and civility. Land Rover installs a five-liter V8 making 400 horsepower, backed by a ZF automatic transmission. Brakes are upgraded to discs at all four wheels, along with retuned dampers and springs. A unique camouflage represents 23 locations across the world where Land Rover has made history over its 70 years, along with a full-width LED light bar, satin black hood, and recovery winch. 25 units will be made, with five 110 first-ever double cab pickups and the rest split between the classic 90 and 110 Station Wagon models.