Oxford New Land Rover Defender 110X
This new model is the second of three new Oxford Diecast Land Rover Defenders which are joining the already wide range of 1:76 scale examples of the Defender marque this year. Their release coincides with the production of the three real-life vehicles, which were first unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2019.
We reviewed the new Defender 90 Station Wagon in Issue 254 and are really excited to be adding the latest Land Rover Defender 110X to the line-up, based on the 110 but with extras! The 5-door Defender 110 has a long-wheelbase of 119.0 inches. It will also feature air suspension as standard. The trim levels are defined by the suffix to the model – Standard, S, SE, HSE and X. Our forthcoming Oxford replica of the Defender 110 is based on the X trim level.
Registered 103 NBG, It is decorated in Godwana Stone, a gold beige body colour with black roof and bonnet and authentic 20” 5-spoked satin dark grey ‘steel’ wheels. The interior is also black. The 110X features a ‘sliding’ sunroof, too. Coming as standard on the life-size model are such things as darkened rear lights, leather heated front seats, rough cut walnut veneered dashboard, heated rear seats, a sound system with 14 speakers and 4-way manual headrests –the list goes on! With a fuel tank capacity of nearly 84 litres, acceleration of 0-60 in 6.0 seconds and a top speed of 129mph, this is quite a vehicle!