COVID-19 Response: Land Rover Gives The British Red Cross A Fleet Of Defenders To Fight The Pandemic!

The Land Rover Defender would help the British Red Cross immensely in delivering supplies and lending support to the people around.

The Land Rover Defender has been in news for quite a while now. Recently the reincarnation of the legendary British icon had had its official media drives held in South Africa as well. However, the latest news is not about it being reviewed or launched, but the SUV getting involved in the COVID Response scenario.

The COVID 19 Coronavirus outbreak has been tolling heavy losses on Britain recently. The country had recently recorded a shocking 563 daily fatalities. The net death count has already crossed 2300. Various humanitarian organizations are trying hard to keep the pandemic in check.

Built on the tough D7x platform, the Land Rover Defender is a go-anywhere machine powered by a massive 3.0L inline-six turbocharged mill, letting out 395hp and 406 lb-ft in the P400 guise. Even the smaller P300 gets a turbocharged 4 pot mill, good enough to give out 296hp on tap. The vehicle had been put to extensive terrain-tackling tests in Kenya prior to its global unveil…

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