Land Rover is celebrating its 60th anniversary with a limited-edition Defender called the SVX.
The vehicle is available as a modified version of the Defender 90 soft-top and 90 station wagon.
Exterior features include silver name badges, tubular side-steps, clear-lens headlamps, five-spoke alloy wheels and an aluminium undershield. It is only available in metallic black.
The interior includes racing seats, an alloy gearknob, uprated CD and MP3 player, and an in-built sat-nav system.
The spare wheel is also stowed behind the front seats on the open-top car, as it was on the 1947 version of the car.
Land Rover is releasing 140 two-seat soft-tops and 60 four-seat station wagons in the UK. Prices are set to be announced later this year, with deliveries taking place in the summer of 2008.
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