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2024 Land Rover Defender SVR: Review, Specs & Release Date – People who want a more powerful, faster Land Rover Defender will soon get their wish fulfilled in the coming months as Land Rover completes the Defender SVR’s final test prior to its unveiling later in the year. The engine is developed through Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations The Defender SVR will be one of the final versions that Jaguar Land Rover’s supercharged V8 engine with an anticipated 600+ bhp figure which makes it one of the fastest Defenders ever.
It is defined by a larger body thanks to its wider wheels, The 2024 Land Rover Defender SVR can accommodate increased brake, wheel, and tire dimensions. The 2024 Defender SVR will keep its off-road performance, but will also benefit from a track and road development program that will help it reach a new performance. Equipped with air suspension instead of coil springs Jaguar Land Rover’s SVO department is focused on improving the Defender’s overall performance.
This model features a massive exhaust system with quad tips that wraps through the rear suspension of the Defender. The present Defender V8 features a relatively subdued tune for the supercharged 5-litre AJV8 unit that generates 518bhp. The power output is expected to increase to more than 600bhp with the new high-performance model, making the final version of the famous supercharged V8 among the most powerful versions to this point. The power will be distributed across all 4 wheels using an 8-speed gearbox.
The 2024 Land Rover Defender SVR will also feature visual enhancements to match the changes that are happening under its skin. They will feature new bumpers for the front and rear to fit the bodywork’s wider dimensions and new wheel designs and color choices. Additionally, there will be subtle changes to the interior as well as trimming and upgrades in material to accommodate its higher cost of purchase.
We’ll need to wait a bit longer to learn the details but we’re sure that the SV-designed Defender is the one Land Rover hopes will rival AMG’s hugely popular G63 and add another well-known high-margin model at that top end of the lineup.
Presently, Land Rover is busy testing the new Defender 130 – a stretched version of the 110 that can accommodate an additional two or three seats. But, our spy cameras spotted a fascinating Defender prototype at Nurburgring and we believe that this could be the future Defender V8 SVR.
We believe you will agree that this isn’t your typical Defender. It has huge fender flares, and the wheels aren’t the usual wheels that you find on the typical Defender. Also, despite Land Rover doing a very impressive job in covering the brakes, it’s evident that they are larger than the standard version. There are also larger fenders. This obviously indicates that it has an extended track. The differences in these two models made us believe that this might be a mule to the sexier Defender SVR.
The 2024 Land Rover Defender SVR has been rumored for a while. It will compete against vehicles like those of Mercedes AMG G63 and rumors suggest it will be driven by the BMW twin-turbo V-8 engine. This is similar to the engine found in cars such as the M5 sedan and the X5 M/X6. For the Defender SVR, the V-8 should produce around 600 horsepower, numbers that are logical when you consider that the G63 has 577 horsepower as well as 627 pounds-feet of torque.
Specs and Performance
Pay attention, for you may be witnessing two significant moments in this collection of spy pictures. The first is that this vehicle could be the much-hyped Land Rover Defender SVR, having a V8 that has enough power to make Mercedes-AMG G63 drivers nervous on the track. It could also be the first time that the Land Rover Defender has lifted an entire wheel while racing the Nurburgring that wasn’t because of an utterly disastrous error.
Can we be certain that it’s the Land Rover Defender SVR? It’s not however our spy sources say this particular vehicle tested was sporting the V8. It’s a sign that we’re dealing with at the very least 518 horsepower (386 Kilowatts) from the standard turbocharged 5.0-liter mill. But, reports we’ve heard about the SVR indicate that it’ll have 600 horsepower (447 kW) thanks to the transplanted 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 made by BMW. If the rumor is real, you’ll have the option of two high-output V8 engines inside a Defender. What emissions regulations? What are the regulations for emissions?
Luckily, we have more than just rumors and the possibility of a Defender taking full-send to the “Ring. Check out the fenders and you’ll notice bigger flares and the design completely different. It’s on a brand-new set of wheels too and the brakes that are behind the front wheels are huge. When we consider all of these elements on a camo-wrapped vehicle that is being driven to the limit at the Nurburgring does not leave much to be speculated about. If it’s not a Defender SVR, Land Rover definitely has something to do with it in relation to road performance.
Release Date and Price
When the first rumors surfaced in the year 2000 we learned the news that Land Rover was keen to create a niche in the market for luxury SUVs for it. A 600-horsepower Defender SVR would most decidedly draw attention in a market where G63s are frequently seen on the road as they challenge supercars to friendly competitions for speed. If this is the case we’re sure that Land Rover will keep it unveiled for a long. Keep an eye out for a launch towards the close of the coming year.