2020 Defender Spy Shots....

naks

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What I don't see in the interior photo is the dial for Terrain Response - could it be it's now via the steering wheel control for quicker selection?

Or could it be the button just below the one labelled 'Max'.

The shifter is also a bit weird, why didn't they just use the one from the RRS?

And I don't see paddles, so not that great for quick manual shifts when off-road

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blackangie

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Here's my effort of editing the edited photo, sorry its not amazing just did on my ph


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Here is one with the bit more work on the original photo proportion wise by another forum member then I added the muddies on to it again.


Edit: heres the SWB thanks to a talented member from the AU forum
 
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blackangie

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What I don't see in the interior photo is the dial for Terrain Response - could it be it's now via the steering wheel control for quicker selection?

Or could it be the button just below the one labelled 'Max'.

The shifter is also a bit weird, why didn't they just use the one from the RRS?

And I don't see paddles, so not that great for quick manual shifts when off-road

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Terrain respinde would be this one imo(circled), also just visible in the original leaked interior photo.

In my opinion where the shifter is with tap up tap down, is best, as padles usually turn with the steering wheel and when your yanking it from side to side in the mud/sand etc it can get confusing which is up and down and sometimes you cant tap.

I have tap up tap down on my steering wheel in my LS, Range Rover classic. To be honest both would be better.

Quickly move one hand off the wheel onto the shifter next to the wheel and smash your gear up or down, easy.

Look at the works V8 and the Bowler bulldog very similar positioning.


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naks

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Terrain respinde would be this one imo(circled), also just visible in the original leaked interior photo.
Actually, someone else on another forum pointed this out: you press the TR button (circled in yellow) and the dial to the left becomes the TR selector; you press the Fan button (circled in red) and the dial to the right becomes the Fan selector.

Blackrangie, what you circled in your photo is the Start/Stop button ;)


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blackangie

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Actually, someone else on another forum pointed this out: you press the TR button (circled in yellow) and the dial to the left becomes the TR selector; you press the Fan button (circled in red) and the dial to the right becomes the Fan selector.

Blackrangie, what you circled in your photo is the Start/Stop button ;)


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Agreed

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blackangie

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Someones in trouble in the Slovakia paint dept

Why couldn't they have got the bonnet?

It checks out with this tusk pic, finally what was behind the fake cooler vents makes sense.

Round headlights, lower half of doors plastic

Cooler vents if that's what they are look nice and protected.

Front grey and black section should be easy to change out by aftermarket if factory bars not good enough.

Front pillar is disconnected by black like the digital display pic leak, confirming side profile and c pillar disconnection/floating roof. Can see wide c pillar through glass.

Looks to say defender on wheels.

That color though, not for me,others may like colour as its "Retro" Green with white roof.




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So, I'm really hoping that is not the new Defender in the paint shot picture. That would be incredibly disappointing. I thought they were going to move away from the DC100? Can we get the black/white camo version and the hope it represented back?
 
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