Land Rover Defender to stay rugged
'It will be as hard as nails and a working tool,' he said. 'The new Defender will be affordable and stripped right down'.
McGovern was speaking on the eve of today's Los Angeles motor show where the company revealed a new, more rugged version of the DC100 Concept – first revealed at the Frankfurt motor show in September – which is designed to show what a future Defender could look like.
Land Rover boss John Edwards also revealed to What Car? that the company is likely to offer the all-new Defender in as many configurations as the current car, including a variety of wheelbases and special military versions.
He also admitted that it would make a pick-up to rival the Mitsubishi L200 and VW Amarok 'if there is a business case'.
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