Startech Defender Series 3.1 has enhanced looks right from the front, adding a new grille inspired by classic Series 3 trucks along with up to date 7” LED daytime running lights.
Other upgrades include a set of heavy duty steel wheels of 18” alloy and exclusively done up interiors in choicest of leather in a black and white color scheme and an Alcantara headliner. Equipped with Recaro sports seats, these seating arrangements offer better comforts specially for off roading operations. Startech, in association with Sony Mobile has offered a custom made multimedia system on the new Land Rover Defender with smartphones and two Sony tablet computers. Startech centre stack offers space for device in double DIN format.
Sony XAV-610BT plays audio CDs and MP3 discs while it is also fitted with a new mirror link function. Technology in the passenger compartment includes an entertainment system in the form of tablet computers from Sony with high end speakers, subwoofer and power amplifiers. This Startech concept car is going to be offered in a limited production for various markets.