As of right now, the only Defender model you can buy is the four-door 110 model because the two-door Defender 90 was delayed. The two-door Defender should enter production in late 2020, going on sale in 2021. By 2021, Schemoul expects Defender production to reach 55,000 units per year, despite an expected decline in luxury vehicle sales. The new Defender keeps the impressive off-road ability of its predecessor but comes with far more technology and a steep starting price.
Land Rover kept plenty of cool features for off-road enthusiasts, including rubberized floors, roof access ladder, roof tent, folding fabric roof, and waterproof storage boxes. Its competition will be fierce though, with the 2021 Ford Bronco offering similar capability at a much lower price.