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Limited edition Defender announced

  • X-Tech gets silver paint, black details and alloy wheels
  • Powered by a 2.4-litre diesel averaging 28mpg
  • On sale in March 2011 for £24,995

Land Rover has launched a new limited edition version of the 2011 Defender called the X-Tech.

It's available as a 90 Hard Top Commercial version and comes in silver with contrasting black details to the roof, arches and lights, as well as a unique set of black alloy wheels.

The interior is finished in dark ebony trim with leather side bolsters for a more refined finish.

A range of accessories are available to customise it, including Recaro seats, skid plates, winches and tow bars.

It's powered by Land Rover's 2.4-litre diesel, which averages 28mpg while emitting 266g/km of CO2 - meaning road tax of £435, showroom tax of £950 and a BIK band of 35%.

The Defender X-Tech limited edition will go on sale from March 2011 for £24,995.