The revised 4x4 will feature a new 2.4-litre common rail diesel engine, six-speed gearbox, fully integrated facia, new seating configuration, high output heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system as standard.
The Defender’s chassis frame will still available in three different wheelbases, and in both standard and heavy-duty guise. A total of 14 separate body styles – from pick-ups and hard tops to crew cabs and station wagons – are produced on the mainstream production line.
Prices will start from £18,645 for the Defender 90 Pick Up and rise to £26,605 for the XS Double Cab Defender 110, with an average price increase of £400.
The Defender 130 starts from £22,655 and will be available from Land Rover dealerships in July.