While the 130 S trim level largely mirrors the 90 S and 110 S in terms of equipment, it does get some added features. Most notable are the 11.4-inch color touchscreen infotainment display and the adaptive electronic air suspension, both of which are standard on 130 models. The rest of the specifications are the same as on the shorter S models, so the biggest reason for wanting a 130 S is because it’s the least expensive way to get into the longest Defender. This trim level has a different version of the inline-six engine without the hybrid add-ons as standard and delivers 296 hp and 347 lb-ft of torque; this power unit is not available in any other Defender trims.
Tow Hitch Receiver, Advanced Tow Assist