The 1991 Land Rover Defender 110 is a classic SUV that has been known for its off-road capabilities and ruggedness. The Land Rover Defender is a line of British off-road automobiles and pickup trucks. It was first debuted as the Land Rover 110 / One Ten and was joined by the Land Rover 90 / Ninety in 1984. The new, extra-long Land Rover 127 followed in 1985.
They were created in the 1980s from the original Land Rover series, which was introduced at the Amsterdam Motor Show in 1948, and always had four-wheel drive. The Ninety and the One Ten from the 1991 model year were renamed the "Defender 90" and "Defender 110," respectively, to avoid any misunderstanding. The off-road vehicle had an aluminum body and a ladder chassis.
It has a 5-speed manual transmission, 83 KW of power, and a 12.4 l/100 km urban consumption rate. The 2495 cc engine features four in-line cylinders and two valves per cylinder. The vehicle's top speed is 137 km/h, and it can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 18.6 seconds.
The ladder chassis and aluminum bodywork of the 1991 Land Rover Defender 110 were prominent features. The square shape of it gave the driver superior peripheral vision. Two round headlights, a black grille, and smaller lights for turn signals and parking lights were all included on the flat front fascia.