Land Rover Defender Blaser Edition

Like the long-wheelbase Land Rover Defenders? Like hunting? Live in Germany? Have €49,500.00 (approximately $64,500.00) to spend? If you happen to meet this rather specific set of criteria, Land Rover and Blaser — a manufacturer of high-end hunting firearms — have created the perfect vehicle for you. Only 60 copies of the Land Rover Defender Blaser Edition will be produced, and all are intended to be sold into the German vehicle market.

This special edition Defender Station Wagon 110 SE features air conditioning, Keswick Green exterior paint, leather seats with green stitching and an embroidered Blaser mountain sheep skull logo, and a custom weapons case with room for five rifles built into the cargo area. You can also see a number of exterior bolt-on accessories and features, such as a winch, brush bar, snorkel, underbody skid plates, step bars, rear work light, and an expedition-style roof rack. 

Motivating the Defender Blaser Edition through the woods is a Euro5 emissions compliant 2.2-liter turbodiesel engine which produces 122-horsepower and 265 ft.-lbs. of torque. 

Land Rover Defender Blaser Edition Front View

Land Rover Defender Blaser Edition Detail

Land Rover Defender Blaser Edition Rear Detail

Land Rover Defender Blaser Edition Cargo Area

Land Rover Defender Blaser Edition Seat Detail



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January 24, 2012

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