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WORK REMOTELY: OFF THE GRID IN THE LAND ROVER DEFENDER

WHAT MAKES ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST CAPABLE OFF-ROADERS THE PERFECT WORK FROM ANYWHERE TOOL

  • Defender. The badge that has been getting people to where they need to go, and beyond, for over 70 years. It was one Land Rover that was designed purely to be a working person’s tool, a functional 4x4 off-roader — one that earned the respect and trust of over two million hard-working individuals, from farmers, to urban families, even being incorporated into the emergency services. The new Defender, even with its modern styling that’s as at home in the city as it is outdoors, hasn’t lost sight of that goal. In fact, with even better off-road capabilities than what made the original a legend, the Defender’s already got that in the bag. Add in a luxuriously crafted cabin, one that offers space and versatility in equal measures, and you’ve got yourself the perfect go-anywhere, do-anything SUV.

  • Good thing then that the silver lining of the world we live in now is the freedom to work remotely. Work from home soon became work from anywhere, and there’s more than enough room for any possibility in the new Defender. The Defender 110, designed to seat seven passengers, can also accommodate the work, and play, of the adventurer. Available with multiple engine options, the constant is that there’s no mountain tall enough, or obstacle tough enough to get in your way thanks to the brilliance of Land Rover’s Terrain Response 2 tech that adjusts the Defender to whatever situation you put it in, looming work deadlines notwithstanding.

  • Once you find yourself in the middle of nowhere, an imminent possibility, there’s even multiple charge points in each row, from regular USB, to USB Type-C, to 12V sockets, with the boot even getting the undeniable king of convenience — a proper domestic plug socket so you can plug in, power up or charge anything from an appliance to your laptop. Especially useful when you want to start your day right — and you’d rather be a long way from civilisation. Like the original, the new Defender also uses clever anti-slip inserts around the bodywork to increase its utility, and a little bit of ingenuity goes a long way when you’re working remotely and plug back into the grid.

  • Flexibility truly is the Defender’s calling card, going from a people hauler, to a vast expanse of cabin brought alive by a stupendous Meridian audio system that can provide an all-encompassing sound to help keep you in sync with your work, or be the hands-free assistant you never knew you needed. To make things even better, you can tailor your experience with the Defender, with a list of personalisation options and large choice of accessories, from additional storage on the roof and sides of the Defender, to even your very own roof-mounted tent. With the Defender, working remotely becomes a way of life and you make the terms.

Source: Story & Images – www.overdrive.in