Land Rover Defen  Apokalypse Monster

Land Rover Defender: Apokalypse Monster

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If one day the apocalypse is imminent, then one should be prepared! What better way to do that than with the right car? All you need is a vehicle suitable for off-road use, which cannot break down so quickly. How convenient that the Land Rover Defender exists, only that it is not yet sufficient. For the really extreme situations there is theLand Rover Defender Big Foot, whereby the name here is definitely program! With this vehicle you leave truly big footprints, because similar to the Mercedes G 500 4×4² the Land Rover Defender Big Foot is a true outdoor friend. Not only the tyres for off-road use make the difference here, but also the resulting increacase in chassis height. Rustic yet practical, this is also part of the charm that makes this car so special. The Defender is powered by the already well-known diesel engine with almost 200 HP. If you think that’s not enough, let me tell you that torque is much more important in a true off-road vehicle, and the 2.2 litre turbo diesel has that!

The cable winch should also be useful, so that you are able to free yourself from muddled situations completely independently. By the way, Big Foot could already be seen at James Bond, where he was exactly in his element at 3500 meters above sea level and had to prove his skills in a chase. ac Unfortunately, the Land Rover Defender is no longer available for sale, because unlike the Mercedes G-Class, it no longer meets EU standards. It’s a pity, because the Defender is a real all-rounder in off-road conditions, which is not easy to find nowadays.


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