Land Rover Defender Ineos Built Replica Would Stick With Diesel

Posted: Jul 20 2016, 2:00am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


Land Rover Defender Ineos Built Replica Would Stick With Diesel
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  • Land Rover Defender resurrection model will stick to Diesel.

Land Rover Defender’s comeback in replica will have the Diesel engine as well.

Land Rover Defender’s replica or resurrection model as you like to say is going to make an appearance soon. As many changes were expected from this replica model however we know that it will still have the diesel transition. This replica will be built by INEOS. This diesel powertrain will be pretty much tough enough for the sub-Saharan African Regions and some regions of U.S as well.

The new car that is going to build by INEOS is going to be a new car overall. It will be sold under a new badge and will have new technology as well. However it will have a shape and size similar to that of Defender.

The car will also have multiple qualities like that of Land Rover Defender. INEOS is going to take it under production which is a giant chemical company, according to AutoCar. Last week we had shared a report according to which a Chemical industry tycoon wanted to start the production of Land Rover Defender.

This defender will be seen in a new shape and avatar soon after it goes into production. According to INEOS, statistics will be considered before the car goes for production. If the figures are in accordance with a favorable production this year then we will have a new car by next year. However if the conditions are not favorable then we can expect the production to start somewhere in next year.

Most of the chances are that we will see a new modeled Land Rover Defender in the year 2019. This car is likely to have the same powertrain of diesel engine like that of the original car. We might see the petrol version as well however it’s not confirmed yet. 

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