Finished in a either 'Orkney Grey' or 'Nara Bronze' each X-Tech colour choice is matched to 'Santorini Black' roof and wheelarches, with black chequerplate finish on the bumpers and door sills. A special 'Defender' decal sits above the rear LED lights, while the front lights are finished with Santorini Black headlamp surrounds in contrast to the body colour. X-Tech grille is body-coloured, with the Land Rover bonnet lettering finished in gloss black.
Other visual cues on the special edition models are 16-inch 'Saw Tooth' alloy wheels finished in gloss black, MTR off-road tyres and a rear-step bumper.
Inside, the X-Tech models are sumptuously trimmed in ebony leather/almond fabric combination (or black/black leather/cloth), with contrasting 'lunar' stitching on the black leather sections. Land Rover logos are embossed into the headrest. Front seat centre console is trimmed in leather, while dash switch panel is painted in the same finish as the exterior.
Land Rover's 2.2 litre diesel engine and six speed manual transmission are fitted as standard to the X-Tech, with ABS, central locking, air conditioning, keyless entry, heated seats, heated windscreen, ABS and traction control also standard.
When it's re-launched in the UK later this month, the X-Tech will be offered at the seemingly bargain price of only $27,995 onroad for the 90 and $32,995 for the 110. This translates roughly to around AU$42,000 and AU$50,000 for each model, minus the usual import duties and fees these models would likely attract.
At present their are no plans to bring either of these special edition Defenders to the Australian market.