The 2020 Land Rover Defender is set to hit Aussie shores in June 2020 and in true JLR fashion, there are plenty of options to choose from.
Starting at a price point of just under $70,000 (before on-road costs), the new Defender tops out with a price-tag of $135,000.
The fully revamped 4x4 caused quite a stir when it was revealed last month, which was expected given how long the original Defender remained in the range largely unchanged.
Despite polarising the motoring community, the new Defender's impressive line-up of technology and engine variants offer something for new entrants into the brand and purists alike.
At $69,990 before on-road costs, the four-door Defender 110 D200's power is generated from a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine.
Moving through the ranks, if you want this same base model Defender with a bit more grunt, the D240 will get the job done for $74,900.
Stepping up from the entry-level offering is the Defender S, which offers only the D240 and P400 engine options at $83,800 and $95,700 respectively before on-roads.
The Defender SE, which essentially just sports a tad more luxury and tech over the S, offers the same with the D240 coming in at $91,300 and the P400 for $103,100.
For the fully kitted out HSE, you're looking at a sizeable $112,900 and only the P400 engine as an option - but if you're dropping more than a hundred grand on a Defender, you may as well get the grunt to match.
Aside from the First Edition (which will only run for the model's first production year and is priced at $102,500), it's the hardcore Defender X that we can only see the real Land Rover purists buying. Priced at $137,100 before on-road costs, it'll be exclusively offered with an inline-six P400 engine, as well as a bunch of top-of-the-range kit.
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