What’s it like to live with Land Rover’s new 5- to 8-seat SUV?
Lots of ink will be spilled on how good the 2020 Land Rover Defender 110 is off-road. In fact, I’ve spilled lots of it myself (you can check out our First Drive, an overland adventure across Namibia, HERE). Sure, how well the Defender drives is no doubt important, but what its interior is like to live with on a day-to-day basis is probably equally so. With that in mind, here’s a list of questions you’re likely to have about the new Land Rover Defender‘s interior, and, hopefully, satisfactory answers.
What Does The Land Rover Defender’s Interior Look Like?
Over three days and 500 miles in a long-wheelbase, four-door Defender 110 off-road, I found myself liking the way the Defender’s cabin looked and the way it was laid out quite a bit. Up front, the driver has an instrument cluster that’s either an analog/digital hybrid (with the insides of the gauges, plus driving information displayed on a well-sized high-res display), or, on higher-spec models, fully digital. I prefer the former, personally, though both clusters function the same.