Like the 90 X, the 110 X gets all of the off-road goodies. You might be thinking that the long-wheelbase has a negative impact on the off-road ability, but the breakover angle of 28 degrees is still much better than most so-called off-roaders can manage. While the 90X is suited to technical off-roading, the 110 is more of an overland vehicle. Thanks to the additional space, you can pack more supplies. The adaptive air suspension and Terrain Response 2 system are superb. You really can do some fairly spectacular things in a Defender, even in long-wheelbase format.
gloss black fender vents, Narvik black hood checkerplate, gloss black Defender script and Narvik black front and rear skidpans, Gloss Black Front Grille
Cabin Air Ionization, Air Quality Sensor, Manual Heated 3rd Row Seats, 3-Zone Climate Control, rear cooling assist, GVWR: 7,160 lbs
Tow Hitch Receiver, Advanced Tow Assist