Defender 110 gets ... a roof tent 26 | 06 | 2020

    LAND ROVER HAS lifted the wraps on a new roof tent for the Defender 110. Teaming up with Italian adventure gear specialist Autohome, the system mounts directly to the Defender’s roof rails. Available to order now, prices start from €3081.96 (that’s roughly £2800) excluding VAT. (Related: Return of the iconic Land Rover Defender)

    Intriguingly, the roof tent package includes a full-sized mattress, three pillows, an LED interior light, a removable rear canopy and mosquito nets on each door. Thankfully, there’s also a compact aluminium ladder. (Related: New PHEV Evoque and Discovery Sport)


    The clamshell roof of the tent is made from insulated fibreglass. Autohome says this will keep the tent warm in cold weather and cool in hot weather … as well as muffle rain noise. All necessary requirements required for ensuring camping in the UK, on top of a new Defender, is as comfortable as it can be. (Related: All-new Range Rover Evoque)


    When fully erected, the tent is 2.3 metres long, 1.3 metres wide and 1.5 metres tall. And cleverly, the tent’s roof is mounted on a pair of gas struts, allowing it to be opened by simply releasing a clip at the back

    The roof tent is an addition to the 170 individual accessories — the largest range ever produced for a Land Rover — already available for the Defender and works in conjunction with the official Land Rover Expedition Roof Rack and Roof Rails, which come fitted as standard with the Adventure Pack.


    The Adventure Pack is one of four accessory packs available for New Defender, alongside the Explorer, Country and Urban Packs. Each is designed to give the vehicle a distinct character. Over half of all Defender 110 models specified online have been fitted with one of the packs.

    Prices for the new Defender 110 start at £45,240, with first deliveries currently being made to customers.

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    Jim McGill


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