For the average family, the Defender 90 just won’t cut it due to the limited practicality, so a step up to the 110 specification turns the Defender into a true family off-roader. 17 extra inches between the axles allow the body to feature rear doors, and the interior seating is bolstered to a 5+2 seating arrangement over three rows. Like the 90, however, it gets 18-inch steel wheels, LED headlights, and a body-color roof, while occupants are sat on durable cloth upholstery. The same 10-inch infotainment screen features, too, with full smartphone integration and access to a 3D surround-view camera system.
Cabin Air Ionization, Air Quality Sensor, Manual Heated 3rd Row Seats, 3-Zone Climate Control, rear cooling assist
Cabin Air Ionization, Air Quality Sensor, 3-Zone Climate Control, rear cooling assist, Manual 3rd Row Seats
all terrain progress control, Terrain Response 2 and configurable Terrain Response, Tow Hitch Receiver, Advanced Tow Assist