new icn messageflickr-free-ic3d pan white
View allAll Photos Tagged xtech

This piece of misspelled graffiti, found in the men's room of a pub in Amsterdam, supports Paul Graham's stereotypical characterisation of the speakers of Irish. Translation: our day will day come. (it is misspelled: the accents are missing)

My almost complete setup for Xtech

Winners of the xTechSearch 2.0 competition at the 2019 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition at the Washington Convention Center on Oct. 16, 2019. —Photo by Pete Marovich for AUSA

The Land Rover Defender will not win any conceptual design awards, but make no mistake, where it lacks in pizzazz, it more than makes up for in terms of all-purpose versatility.

 

In fact, the Defender is quite a popular model in the LR portfolio, so much in fact that the company has prepared a new special edition version of the Defender Xtech.

 

The 2012 Defender XTech will be available in either a three-door (90 Hard Top) or five-door (110 Utility Wagon) variant and will be offered in a choice of either Orkney Grey or Nara Bronze exterior colors. That’s then matched by a Santorini Black roof, wheel arches, and a black checker plate on the bumper and side sills. In addition, the Defender XTech also gets a body-colored front grille, black surround for the headlamps, a rear step bumper, DEFENDER decals, and last but not least, a new set of 16" Gloss Black Saw Tooth alloy wheels wrapped in specialized Goodyear tires.

 

As for the interior, the Defender XTech Edition gets seats and a central panel that come with the same color of the exterior; the Land Rover logo was also embossed on the front headrests with matching carpet mats.

 

Performance numbers remain the same, which means that the Defender XTech Edition is powered by a 2.2-liter turbo diesel engine that produces 120 horsepower and 265 lb/ft of torque while mated to a six-speed manual transmission.

 

Finally, the Defender Xtech retails for £27,995, which is around $43,000 based on current exchange rates.

Tromso, Best 4x4xFar & graffiti. Land Rover Defender 110 XTech edition - At the Shipyard.

A personal favourite from the trip.

Number plate edited and ownership stamped.

Sony UK SLT-A77V & a Tokina 11-16mm ultra wide angle lens.

The Land Rover Defender will not win any conceptual design awards, but make no mistake, where it lacks in pizzazz, it more than makes up for in terms of all-purpose versatility.

 

In fact, the Defender is quite a popular model in the LR portfolio, so much in fact that the company has prepared a new special edition version of the Defender Xtech.

 

The 2012 Defender XTech will be available in either a three-door (90 Hard Top) or five-door (110 Utility Wagon) variant and will be offered in a choice of either Orkney Grey or Nara Bronze exterior colors. That’s then matched by a Santorini Black roof, wheel arches, and a black checker plate on the bumper and side sills. In addition, the Defender XTech also gets a body-colored front grille, black surround for the headlamps, a rear step bumper, DEFENDER decals, and last but not least, a new set of 16" Gloss Black Saw Tooth alloy wheels wrapped in specialized Goodyear tires.

 

As for the interior, the Defender XTech Edition gets seats and a central panel that come with the same color of the exterior; the Land Rover logo was also embossed on the front headrests with matching carpet mats.

 

Performance numbers remain the same, which means that the Defender XTech Edition is powered by a 2.2-liter turbo diesel engine that produces 120 horsepower and 265 lb/ft of torque while mated to a six-speed manual transmission.

 

Finally, the Defender Xtech retails for £27,995, which is around $43,000 based on current exchange rates.

Just hacking on Planet XTech and other such goodies. This picture will help test the flickr aggregation

M&P9 Shield mag extension

M&P9 Shield magazine extension

1 3 4 5 6 7 ••• 79 80