Dynamic Defenders

The Land Rover Defender Double Cab is used mostly as a workhorse vehicle. While you may see many of them on a farm road, you don’t spot too many heavily modified Defender double cabs. So in the interest of “go big or go home” we’ve put together a short list of some kick-ass looking Defender double cabs.

VOTE for your favourite…

1) Let’s kick this list off with the Defender that was designed and built for the James Bond movie: Spectre.
Apocalypse Land Rover Defender
2) Or how about a Defender built for the apocalypse?
Rally racing Land Rover Defender
3) Vote for number 3 if you like the Dakar rally look.
Defender with Cooper tires
4) Number four is one of our favourites, the Company Chelsea Defender. Very clean, very classy.
Green Land Rover Defender
5) Old school green, with a new school twist: huge tyres!
Orange Land Rover Defender
6) Another variation on the Spectre Defender, but this time sporting an amber jacket.
Yellow Land Rover Defender
7) Number seven bridges the divide between cool urban cruiser, and savage bush pig.
Silver and black Land Rover Defender
8) And finally, they say: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”. Number eight proves just that.

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