One of the most classic and versatile SUVs on the market, the ecdautodesign Land Rover Defender is available in a variety of different configurations. From the long wheelbase models to the short pickup models, each is equipped with unique features and options to suit your needs.
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Offered in a variety of different paint jobs, each Defender is as unique as the driver. To make sure each vehicle gets the perfect look, ECD Automotive Design’s overhaul line ECO has an industry-leading paint facility within its 30,000 sq ft walls that can cater to any color request, whether it be a one of a kind custom Defender or just a stock vehicle.
Among the many builds ECD has done, the stealth-looking Defender 110 ‘Project Neo’ caught our attention as it has been reimagined into a more modern off-roader that should excite the Gen-Z soul.
Aside from a powerful LS3 V8 engine, the Defender 110 ‘Project Neo’ is also fitted with a Borla exhaust system and EBC high-performance brakes to deliver 565 horsepower. Its stance is also bolstered by a 2-inch lift kit, Fox shocks, and Old Man Emu springs.
Inside the Defender 110 ‘Project Neo’, the interior has been fully customised with a range of luxury items including heated and ventilated Corbeau Racing seats, and two forward-facing jump seats to convert the long-wheelbase into an eight-seater cabin. All the leather is custom-selected from the Scottish Highlands and every door card, seat panel and dash is hand stitched to perfection.