About the car
This car was built by Land Rover in 1984 with the production line for the Defender 90 lasting until 2016 due to a change to the name because of the introduction of the Land Rover Discovery. In 1990 the Land Rover 90 became the Land Rover Defender 90. The Defender 90 comes in a body style of a 4×4 3-door.
This small off-roader was launched with a 2.5 litre 200tdi turbodiesel engine, which in 1994 got alternated to a 300tdi. In 1998, the 2.5 litre Td5 turbodiesel engine became standardised for the Land Rover Defender. This allowed the Defender to be comfortable at high speeds, as well as tow heavy loads speedily on slopes whilst still maintaining an economical balance.
The Tdi’s mixture of quality performance and economy made for a lot of sales, however exceptions were the British Army who continued to use naturally aspirated 2.5 litre diesel engines. The Land Rover 90 comes in a variety of colours, this one being dark grey.
About the Brand
Land Rover is a British automobile manufacturer owned (since 2013) by Jaguar Land Rover. The Land Rover name was first introduced in 1948 by the Rover Company. The brand was granted a Royal Warrant in 1951 and it received a Queen’s Award for enterprise for its excellent contribution to international trade. The Jaguar Land Rover company today focus on the future of modern luxury produced in their designs.
About the Manufacturer
Kyosho is a Japanese and, international selling brand specialising in the manufacturing of model cars, planes, helicopters, and boats. Kyosho was founded in 1963 by Hisashi Suzuki. They created its first trademark radio-controlled car in 1970 with the production of die-cast models beginning in 1992. They have built a positively reputable brand with products consumer know are likely to exceed expectation.