This break in production for its most popular new model is bad news for Land Rover.
This fuel-cell vehicle is expected to begin testing later this year in the UK.
This beast of and SUV is both achingly cool to look at and as capable as anything else on four wheels.
This Land Rover may be significantly shorter and have two fewer doors than the Defender 110, but it sacrifices zero capability.
The top-trim Defender may not carry the pure panache of Mercedes' G-Class, but it's still wildly impressive for the price.
It's just over a foot longer than the 110, which means the third row of seats will be usable.
JLR's been in perpetual trouble for a while. Now, a massive overhaul will see the company think smaller.
There's an optional infotainment tech upgrade, as well.