The good folks over at Land Rover are back, returning to extend their legacy. From 1980 to 2000, the Camel Trophy served as a showcase of Land Rover’s legendary off-road capability. The automaker is getting back to that legacy with the Defender Trophy Edition. The Land Rover Defender Trophy Edition is an updated SUV that comes along with an invitation to compete in a one-day off-road adventure.
As for the vehicle, the ride is based on the Defender 110 P400 X-Dynamic SE. The vehicle is draped in a classic Sandglow beige colorway with a black hood, roof, and Land Rover Trophy logo. Other features include a roof rack with a retractable ladder, heavy-duty skid plates, and an integrated air compressor that provides everything you need on the trails.
Only 220 Defender Trophies will be made for the US market, each with the chance for a two-person team to join the U.S. Trophy Competition in Asheville, NC. The winner will then go on to Eastnor Castle in the UK for another off-road competition.
Take a closer look at this beautiful machine in the images below and head over to Land Rover to find out more information. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more from the automotive industry coming very soon.
Photos via Land Rover