‘Defender 2,000,000’ is highly exclusive one of its kind variant. The single unit of Land Rover Defender will be sold at an auction at Bonhams on December 16, 2015 with proceeds being donated to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies besides the Born Free Foundation.
Dressed in Indus Silver satin paint and Santorini Black on the wheels and wheel arches besides grille, roof and side mirrors, the ‘Defender 2,000,000’ will see the logo 2,000,000 proudly displayed on its headrest. An exclusive aluminium plate affixed to the driver’s baseboard will also sport signatures of all those who were instrumental in assembly of the car.
Plate number S90 HUE at the front and rear will spell its exclusivity as being a single issue. Other highlights will include a map of Red Wharf Bay engraved into its aluminium fender while the car comes in with leather seats in Red Wharf Bay graphics.
This milestone Land Rover Defender marks 67 years of production from 1948-2015 at the company’s Solihull plant in West Midlands, UK. The end of 2015 will mark the end of production of this 4×4 which had been noted for its use by several explorers, charitable organizations and even royals and sovereignty.