DEFENDER 2,000,000 THIS ONE-OF-A-KIND VEHICLE WAS BUILT IN SOLIHULL BY VERY SPECIAL GUESTS.
BUILDING AN ICON SEE HOW OUR SPECIAL GUESTS BUILT THIS UNIQUE VEHICLE.
FROM PRODUCTION TO AUCTION, THE ‘DEFENDER 2,000,000’ JOURNEY
Land Rover ambassadors and well-known fans of Defender visited the Solihull production line to help build the ‘Defender 2,000,000’. This one-of-a-kind Defender, designed by our Special Vehicle Operations team, has unique features and will be the star attraction at an auction held at Bonhams, London on 16th December, 2015. Funds from the sale of this vehicle will go to Land Rover supported charities, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and the Born Free Foundation.
‘Mr Land Rover’ Roger Crathorne took part in the build of this landmark vehicle.
WHERE IT ALL BEGAN
A graphic of Red Wharf Bay, where the design for the first Land Rover was drawn in the sand, is showcased within the vehicle's interior.
The bespoke Defender 90 Station Wagon features a unique ‘no 2,000,000’ badge mark
A special plaque features the signatures of those who built this iconic vehicle.