Leaked 2020 Land Rover Defender on the James Bond Film Set

A car that’s long been written about but kept under the hidden cover of darkness has finally been spotted in wild, on the Film Set of the new James Bond #25 movie ‘No Time to Die. Until now, the 2020 Land Rover Defender has only been seen with a camouflage skin to hide its real features.

There’s a few noticeable changes to previous models include a winch on the front grill and a flatter hood with a more ‘boxy’ design. On the sides of the hood are chequered plats with a slight bulge in the middle.

Along the sides, you’ll find alpine windows and a massive rear passenger door. Judging by the massive space in the wheel arch it’s got some pretty impressive suspension and clearance which is ideal of off-roading.

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I’m not going to get in trouble for this — because it’s all over #facebook at the moment! Here is what looks like the first uncovered #defender2020 — straight (apparently) from the film set of the new #bond movie! Makes sense! A few things come to mind. Firstly, the winch is excellent. Secondly, the alpine windows are still there! Thirdly, the rear passenger door looks massive — you’ll never open that in a Tesco car park! Fourthly, there seems to be quite a bit of wheel clearance (though it’s unknown if this is standard height, off road height, or on coils!). Fifthly, checker on the bonnet (yes, the bonnet is a funny shape and there is no real wing to speak of). Sixthly, I’m not sure about the mirrors at all. Seventhly…. well, this could clearly go on a bit! #landroverdefender #allnewdefender #landroverdefender #landrover #thebest4x4xfar #landrovertheworldover #landroverworld #bignews #didntmakefrankfurt #someonesheadwillrollforthis #spyshot #spyfilm #jamesbondfilmset #allnewdefender2020 #newdefender #newdefendernews #newlandroverdefender #defender #landroverdefender #landroverdefender110 #defender110 #defender130 #defender90 #allnewdefender90 #allnewdefender110 #newdefender2020 #newdefender90

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Some might argue it lacks the ‘work-horse’ vibe of its original predecessors but we’re digging some of the modern elements.

The 2020 Land Rover Defender will break cover in September 2019 at the biennial Frankfurt Auto Show, and it will go on sale globally shortly after. The lineup will include three different variants of the Defender named 90?, 110?, and 130?, respectively.