The Land Rover Defender is back, but not as traditionalists will know it. It’s a Defender for a modern age, one where many want an SUV to be connected to the world more so than to be able to wade through a river or climb a mountainside.

The Defender first made its appearance as the Series 1 way back in 1948 and impressively it continued until the company killed it off in 2016. Concepts like the DC100 were met with mixed reaction, testament to the loyal following for the model...

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