Startech's "Sixty8" Is A Perfect Farewell To The Land Rover Defender

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Masterful craftsmanship.

Startech has officially unveiled its brand new Land Rover Defender Sixty8 based on the Defender 110 Station Wagon. The Startech Sixty8 was created as a farewell tribute to the final production run of the famed SUV. As the name implies, the Sixty8 is limited to only 68 units in honor of the Defender's 68-year production run and is available in either a five-seat or seven-seat version. Some of the unique customizations include a Corris Grey Metallic exterior and Santorini Black roof.

It's also equipped with LED headlights, larger fender flares and spectacular tubular side steps. Additional exterior features include 18-inch Monostar D alloy wheels wrapped with chunky BF Goodrich All-Terrain A/T off-road tires. Power comes courtesy of a 2.2-liter turbo diesel engine that produces 122 hp and a peak torque of 265 lb-ft of torque at 2,000 rpm. Moreover, one of the most gorgeous features is the exquisite interior which is kitted with luxurious "Tan Light Brown" and "Ebony Black" leather upholstery. The craftsmanship and attention to detail on the diamond leather quilting is truly a work of art. The Defender Sixty8 can be purchased from Startech for approximately $76,000.

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