Land Rover Defender 110 2020 Gondwana Stone 1:18 by Almost Real
Unexpected curves and softer touches to the 2020 Land Rover Defender 110 or 90 gave you pause, but have drawn you into its aura of 70 years of innovation of angular and tank-like units still confidently roaming the earth. Its historic and renown strength, its “go anywhere” durability continues with its new unibody architecture. This iconic nameplate powers through the toughest climes with its standard P-300 296 hp 2.0 L 4-Cylinder or the P-400 395 hp 3.0 L 6-Cylinder engines. Ground clearance of 11.5 inches and the proven ability to “wade” through 35.4 inches of water on its D7X (Extreme) platform defies any hint of weakness hidden beneath its re-envisioned presentation, not to ignore its ability to navigate 45-degree inclines and descend 47-degree declines.
Almost Real has again risen to the top and is offering to collectors this 1:18 diecast model of the Land Rover Defender 2020. Its reptilian-like headlamps, its rugged stance, its functional four-wheel independent suspension and amazingly detailed and removable accessories declare that this Land Rover is ready for anything. Concealed behind the no-nonsense grill and protector is a winch capable in real life of pulling the unit from a distance of 45 meters from the side, front or back. The deployable roof ladder, tow bar and exterior gear carrier launch the adventures of the heart with an “all systems go” attitude. Lifting the bonnet reveals its marvelously detailed powerplant. Keeping with Land Rover’s engineering principle of utilitarian sophistication even the Defender’s dash reflects the structurally purposeful Magnesium beam, as well as the exposed rivets within the cabin. And, Almost Real’s precision build includes the “padded arm rest” between cabin seats, clamored for by Land Rover owners for years.
- Expedition Roof Rack
- ‘A’ Frame Protection Bar
- Deployable Roof Ladder
- Exterior Side-Mounted Gear Carrier
- Deployable tow bar
- Matte Black Bonnet Decal
Limited Edition 504. Shipping early April 2021.