For something as iconic as the Land Rover Defender, the 2,000,000th vehicle to roll off the production line had to be something special. And the British company has delivered with a one-of-a-kind collectors edition featuring an array of bespoke touches to celebrate the huge milestone.
The special Defender features a map of Red Wharf Bay, the sacred home in which the original Land Rover design was drawn in the sand, etched into the front quarter panel of the car and printed across the driver and passenger seats. It also receives special badging all round, wearing the 2,000,000 moniker with pride.
The car was completed on May with the help of famous Defender aficionados such as Bear Grylls and more. The car will be auctioned in December with proceeds going towards the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the Born Free Foundation.