Land Rover Classic has unveiled the limited-edition, expedition-inspired Defender Works V8 Trophy II
Following the massive success of the Defender Works V8 Trophy 2021, which is inspired by the legendary Camel Trophy events, Land Rover has revealed it – the Classic Works V8 Trophy II.
Powered by the same 400bhp 5.0-litre V8 and eight-speed ZF automatic transmission combination as the first Trophy, this new model is available in 90 and 110 station wagon body styles – just ten of each. For the first time, five 110 double cabins will also be offered.
The most striking difference between the Trophy and Trophy II is the lack of Eastnor Yellow paint. It’s replaced by Fuji White and Narvik Black with a striking camouflage design that cleverly incorporates the silhouettes of the iconic Series and Defender models, along with 23 locations that have played a role in Land Rover’s illustrious off-road and exploration adventures. for over 70 years. .
Exterior upgrades include winch bumper equipped with A-bar and Warn winch, expedition roll cage, rock sliders, full-width LED light bar and rear recovery point . The Trophy II rolls on 18-inch sawtooth alloys wrapped in BFGoodrich KO2 all-terrain tires.
Inside, the Recaro sports seats are finished in Windsor leather with contrast stitching, and additional leather trim extends to the dashboard, doors and headliner.
Land Rover’s infotainment system includes built-in navigation and mobile device connectivity, and the dashboard is complemented by a stylish bespoke Elliot Brown clock face – a limited-edition competition watch will be included in the package. package. The prize also includes an invitation to take part in the exclusive three-day Trophy competition organized by Land Rover Classic.
Fancy a slice of the Trophy II action? You will have to be quick, production is limited to 25 Defenders. You’ll also need to be flush, as a short-wheelbase Works V8 Trophy II starts at £225,000.