Land Rover Defender Concept (DC100) live in Frankfurt [video]

See the gadgets that the DC100 has been fitted with up close

Another video taking you directly to the Frankfurt floor from Marchettino. This one of the Land Rover DC100 Concept previewing the 2015 Defender model.

The DC100 and DC 100 Sport feature lots of new technology which we reported on last week. Now you can get a look at many of the gadgets that the DC100 has been fitted with.

Powering the DC100 and DC100 Sport concepts are a 2.0 liter diesel and a 2.0 liter petrol engine, both fitted to an eight-speed gearbox and both adaptable to powertrains that are hybrid or plug-in hybrid.

Source: Marchettino

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alessandro alessandro
It is not too bad but why they decided to kill the design and culture of pevious LR generations is not quit clare. To be square it is not entirely honest (Sic!) approach to brand cultural developement.
Sep 20th, 2011 12:31pm
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Fifteen Fifteen
Is New Defender a case of form over function?
Sep 20th, 2011 12:02pm
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This is a JOKE! They must follow what Merc is doing with the G wagen, keep the same design with no change. Now it's just like some concept car from Kia or Hyundai
Sep 19th, 2011 5:59pm
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autoficianado autoficianado
The Gwagon hasn't changed and still looks good. This is not the LR defender and it's not attractive
Sep 19th, 2011 8:12pm
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bone91 bone91
what the hell is going on land rover?? 2.0 petrol and diesel engine? are you competing with a rav4 or a CR-V. Defender is becoming a compact crossover SUV.
Sep 19th, 2011 4:50pm
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v6s_stink v6s_stink
I see nothing wrong with a 2.0 diesel in a Defender. These have had 2052 CC diesels (1957) and 2286 CC diesels (1961 through at least some time in the 1980s). With today's turbo-diesel technology a 2.0 liter diesel offers much more torque and horse-power. Ample and manageable torque is what this kind of vehicle needs. V8 gasoline power or V6 turbo-diesel power is not necessary, beneficial or efficient.
Sep 20th, 2011 5:05am
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