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It’ll be offered on all models in the Defender range, although it won’t be available until late 2020.Land Rover’s final engine choice will be a turbocharged 2.0-litre four-cylinder plug-in hybrid petrol powertrain, offering claimed economy figures of 91mpg.Land Rover’s D240 unit is a re-tuned version of the same engine, sitting in the Defender’s mid-range, with 237bhp, 430Nm of torque and a 0–62mph time of 8.9 seconds.The range-topping diesel engine is a turbocharged 3.0-litre straight-six with 296bhp, 700Nm of torque and a claimed 0–62mph time of 7.4 seconds.Such a car would be developed by Jaguar Land Rover’s newly formed Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) division, and would allow the brand to tap into demand in Russia and China for powerful and luxurious rugged off-roaders, currently dominated by the Mercedes-AMG G 63.It's also likely that a hardcore Defender SVX will join the range at some stage and we could even see a luxurious SVA version in line with the Range Rover SVAutobiography.Four trim levels will be available for the new Land Rover Defender.Standard equipment is said to include LED headlights, six-way adjustable seats, fabric upholstery, a 10-inch infotainment system and a 140W stereo system.

Like all engines in the new Defender’s line up, its mated to an automatic gearbox and an all-wheel-drive system.Defender 110 models will be available with five, six or seven seats, while the largest 110 model will only be sold as a three-row, eight-seat SUV.According to leaks, six engines will be available in the new Defender, with buyers given the choice of two petrols, three diesels and a plug-in hybrid variant.Also like the old Defender, a side-hinged tailgate gives access to the luggage bay.The new Defender will have an aluminium body built on an aluminium chassis, borrowing a range of components from other Land Rover vehicles.

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