The new Land Rover Defender Hard Top models have recently been introduced. The Hard Top model gives customers a commercial offering in both 90 and 110 body designs. The 110 model offers a payload of 800kg and towing capacity of 3,500kg, while the 90 has a payload of 670kg. Being commercial means no second or third row seats are present and allows for a 2,059l capacity load area or 1,355l capacity on the 90 Hard Top model.

In terms of powertrain, the Hard Top models include Land Rover’s own range of inline six-cylinder Ingenium diesel engines with mild hybrid technology. These include the 197bhp (500Nm) D200 power plant available in the Defender 90, along with the 245bhp (570Nm) D250 and 295bhp (650nm) D300 options for the 100 Hard Top. All engines meet Euro 6-D emission regulations. For Euro 5 markets, four-cylinder D200 and D240 engine options are available.