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    Piloto de Provas de Perícia Matt84's Avatar
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    Não acho muita graça ao recheio dos faróis da frente. Os que aparecem em algumas imagens (estudos?) ficavam bem melhores

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    Eu como proprietário de um Discovery 300TDI, estou extremamente triste.
    Nas imagens vejo um carro que transporta o nome de uma lenda, mas em nada se assemelha á sua essência.

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    MGomes gosta disto.


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    Isto é um ultraje!

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    Se pegarem nestes concept e fizerem algo do tamanho de um Suzuki Jimny e oferecê-lo em versões com diversos itens de personalização como teto branco, adesivos e séries especiais como Camell Trophy Edition, Saara Edition, Paris-Dakar Comemorative, Safari Edition, etc... teríamos um Land Rover para concorrer com MINI, DS3 e 500 (o que não seria nada mal dado o sucesso comercial destes mini "premium") Mas como sucessor do Defender...

    Mas observando este concept e lembrei-me da série de notícias sobre as dificuldades enfrentadas pela LR para substituir o modelo que deu origem a própria marca e me lembrei do longo caminho da Jeep até chegar ao novo (atual) Wrangler, vejamos:

    1994 Ecco


    1997 Dakar


    1997 Icon


    1998 Jeepster


    2001 Willys


    2002 Willys 2


    2004 Rescue


    2005 Gladiator


    2005 Hurricane


    2007 Wrangler - o resultado final


    Se nos espelharmos no cuidado que tiveram os yankees par substituir seu ícone tt os ingleses ainda têm ainda um longo caminho a percorrer substituir o deles.

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    Por Defeito DC100 Concept "II" em LA

    O director global da marca, John Edwards, ainda não confirmou oficialmente a chegada do novo Defender ao mercado norte-americano, mas tudo indica que isso deverá acontecer, tendo como uns dos objectivos atrair "o típico surfista da Califórnia". Para além disso, o novo Defender deverá ser competente, utilizável e "abusável", sendo apropriado para o "Terceiro Mundo".

    Quanto à reacção ao protótipo apresentado em Frankfurt, Edwards diz que "era previsível receberem muitas reacções e que algumas seriam negativas", reforçou esta ideia, comparando com o protótipo MINI R50 Concept: "eu estive envolvido no desenvolvimento do Mini e, quando mostrei o R50 concept ao clube de propretários, alguns queriam matar-nos. Isto é o que devemos esperar. Apesar de tudo, a reacção ao DC100 reforçou o que queríamos fazer e mostrou-nos que estamos no caminho certo".

    Just the Facts:
    • Land Rover officials say the new Defender targets the Third World but will also appeal to the "Californian surfer dude."
    • Land Rover says its new SUV must be "capable, usable and abusable."
    • An updated version of the Land Rover DC100 concept will debut at the L.A. auto show.


    AUCKLAND, New Zealand — The new 2015 Defender will return Land Rover to its roots and connect with the Third World. In an exclusive interview, Global Brand Director John Edwards told Inside Line that the new 4x4, "must be capable, usable and abusable and appropriate for the Third World market."

    Edwards admitted that, "sometimes we talk too much about the NAS [North American specification] 90 Defender and surfer dudes, and not enough about the Red Cross, Zambia or the Australian Outback. We want to get back to our roots, but it would be nice if in doing so, we can also sell it to the Californian surfer dude."

    Land Rover has yet to officially confirm that the new Defender will be sold in North America, but Edwards' assertion that it must be, "attractive to the surfer dude who wants it in California," is the clearest indication yet that it is heading to the States. Land Rover will also show an updated version of the DC100 concept at next month's 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show to gauge U.S. public reaction.

    The DC100 and DC100 Sport were first shown at September's Frankfurt auto show.
    "I had predicted we'd get a lot of reaction and that some of it would be negative," said Edwards. "I was involved in the development of the [2000] Mini and when I showed the R50 concept to the owner's clubs, some of them wanted to kill us. That is what you must expect. Overall, the reaction to DC100 reinforced what we wanted to do and told us that we're pretty much on the right track."

    Inside Line says: A no-nonsense, back-to-basics Land Rover should have global appeal.
    Fonte: Inside Line

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    Apresentado em LA para ver como é que reage o público norte-americano.

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    Nem sei se gosto ou não. É difícil esquecer o desenho antigo.

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    Por Defeito Parece que a Autocar já lhe pôs as mãos em cima...

    What is it?
    Now they're getting serious. At this week's Los Angeles motor show, Land Rover is showing a third iteration of the Defender concept (dubbed Land Rover Defender DC100 Sport) it first revealed a couple of months ago in Frankfurt - and has backed this up by allowing Autocar an exclusive beach drive of the DC100 V8 Sport, second of its design proposals and the one most obviously aimed at a life in the Californian sun.

    More than three years before production, Land Rover people understandably keep insisting that these concepts are "merely a toe in the water" and a "place to start as we work towards replacing the icon for 2015". But the more the world sees of its honest, all-modern face, the more clear it becomes that certain fundamentals of the machine earmarked to replace Land Rover's 54-year old rag-topped icon have been laid down already. Sure, there's an enormous amount still to do, but hasn't Land Rover just finished teaching us - via the hugely successful Evoque project - that these days it doesn't build concepts just to throw them away?

    What’s it like?

    Drive the Sport, and you soon get the message. Stand beside the impressively compact, low-screen, speedster-style Sport and you're instantly aware of a few things that won't make production: the Metalflake yellow paint job and the 22-inch wheels with hand-cut tread, for instance. But if the central plan is to match the current Defender's extreme off-road capability and better its performance of softer, more conventional duties, then this DC100 Sport is the perfect demonstrator. Very similar in length and wheelbase to a current Defender 90, with a very short front overhang and an almost non-existent rear, the Sport has all the ground clearance of an extreme off-roader needs, yet it's lower, it has bigger doors and much easier access, and its twin bucket seats are much more inviting.

    Slip behind the wheel, and you'll notice no similarities to the original beyond a general feeling of simplicity and durability in the controls/instrument layout. The designers have preserved almost nothing, but the many negatives are gone. You sit high in the vehicle, but in it, not on it. There is room for your elbow inside the driver's door. It is possible to move away from the wheel. The fascia is a panorama, not a cliff-face. The metal trim parts, especially the elegant twin pedals, make it clear the car is tough. But elegant tough, not industrial tough. Even the hose-out floor covering has colour and an interesting texture.

    Someone has already told me that this V8 Sport concept has a slightly modified Range Rover Sport chassis, the admired Solihull-built T5 assembly thst has reliably combined low tech (a separate, twin-rail design) and high tech (a high-articulation, all independent air suspension) in the RR Sport and Discovery for years. Another LR person has told me it is "one of the solutions" for the next Defender, though others are being considered.

    Land Rover bosses insist they are still making up their mind about this - some even claim monocoque construction is possible - but everything points to the likelihood that the new Defender will have a simpler, lighter, tougher T5 that can deliver the many configurations a Defender needs. So there's a T5 underneath. It's relevant so I'm happy.

    Luckily, I've recently been driving a Range Rover Sport, and notice again its roomy footwell, with plenty of room for two meaty "designer" pedals. There is, however, no tall dividing console - the Defender's auto transmission selector sprouts from a PRND quadrant pegged to the dashboard. The seats are close to the floor, so your legs reach out rather than down. Press the starter button and there's an instant V8 throb, more prominent than any production Land Rover because it curls up over the elegant rear deck, with its integral roll-over protection and fairings behind the occupant's heads. Blip the throttle and you're rewarded with a kind of rom-pah rumble. Think hot Range Rover, with a tiny dash of NASCAR V8 on top.

    We take a drive and under my tentative right foot the V8 rumbles rather than roars - I've already watched another 4x4 bog itself in the sand through too sudden an application of torque, and we have even more of it beneath our shapely yellow bonnet. Once we're rolling it's possible to feed the power, which soon shows that although this show car - bound in a couple of days for the Los Angeles show stand - has some parts actually made from clay, it is light and compact among its peers. Visibility is good in all directions, and you sight down the elegant bonnet. The wraparound screen works brilliantly - just tall enough to deflect wind while looking racy. Shame there are no wipers and no plan for a folding roof.

    The suspension feels supple on sand that varies between bone-jarring ruts and scary softness. On both the steering is light and quite responsive for a concept, in which such things are never optimised. The combination of low seating in a wide-tracked vehicle that is higher than most, but has tiny overhangs makes a vehicle that mixes sportiness and luxury in a new way, a roadster for 2015 and beyond. Hard to think that it can be so closely related to a snorkel-equipped expedition vehicle with slogging four-cylinder diesel, a manual gearbox, a snorkel, roof lights and roof-rack for fuel drums and spare wheels. Or a farm pick-up with a fabric canopy and a couple of sheepdogs in the back. Yet this is what the Defender will continue to be.

    Should I buy one?

    One phrase in Land Rover's promotional blurb stands out: the DC100 concepts aims to match the original Land Rover Defender's "spirit of freedom". If that means offering equal configurability and improving breadth of capability of the 54-year old original, while building a character as much loved and as globally recognisable, then it looks an enormous task. But on the evidence of looking, talking and some driving on a Californian beach, I'd say Ralf Speth, Gerry McGovern and their henchmen are off to a very decent start.

    Steve Cropley


    Watch our Land Rover Defender DC100 Sport concept video
    in Autocar
    Última edição por xeLa : 22-11-11 às 00:20:39

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    Objectivamente é um carro bastante apelativo.
    Mas não o consigo levar a sério como um sucessor para o Defender.
    E nessas imagens, garante mais credibilidade visual como brinquedo à escala real, do que como um TT que vai a todo o lado.
    Falta alguma rusticidade. Precisam de esquecer que são estilistas...
    Este convence-me mais, visualmente, de que poderia ser um sucessor do Defender



    Falta esta estética "brutalista" e arquitectural no sucessor do Defender...
    menos "posh" mais "boss", please

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    Eu gosto muito, provavelmente porque detesto o Defender original.

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    Por Defeito Mais um teste


    Concept First Drive: Land Rover DC100 Sport - Inside Line


    Final Thoughts
    Land Rover's gurus are quick to point out that they have not yet finalized the design and the specification of the next-generation Defender. But while some of the details of the Land Rover DC100 will never be seen again, it's a clear signal of intent of what the company has in mind.

    The new Defender will be very different in tone from the utilitarian tool it replaces. In order for it to be a commercial success, Land Rover has to expand the model's appeal. And if that means offending the traditionalists, then so be it. Judging by the excitement our drive on the beach generated, there will be more than enough nontraditional buyers waiting in the wings to take up the slack.
    Última edição por xeLa : 23-12-11 às 10:48:04

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    Brutalíssimo.

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    Parece que o novo Defender vai mesmo seguir um rumo completamente diferente do anterior, o que é pena.

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    Em Nova Deli com outras cores.


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    Por Defeito Fabricado na Índia

    Pois é, para manter os preços "acessíveis" no Velho Continente, parece que o Defender deverá ser construído na Índia, podendo ainda ser enviados carros para a Europa para terminar a montagem.

    Land Rover is planning to build its all-new Land Rover Defender at the manufacturing headquarters of parent company Tata Motors in Pune, India. And it will probably send some models back to Europe for final assembly in the UK as part of a ‘reverse CKD’ operation. Land Rover already builds Freelanders in India for sale in Asia.

    The new Defender plan, revealed by Tata chairman Ratan Tata in an exclusive Autocar interview, would have the twin benefits of lowering the manufacturing costs of a model Land Rover is determined to sell at affordable prices in Europe, and of locating a Defender operation close to key Asia-Pacific markets where it should sell strongly.

    Read the full Ratan Tata interview in this week's Autocar magazine

    The 2015 Defender, which Land Rover has decided will have body-on-frame construction as opposed to the monocoque design it also considered, will thus keep the configurability of today’s models while offering much more modern packaging, comfort, controls and dynamics.

    It is likely that the Defender will use updated, lightened versions of Land Rover’s much-praised T5 ladder chassis, currently used for the Discovery and Range Rover Sport. The basic styling of Land Rover’s recent DC100 concepts is understood to be very close to that planned for the new Defender, although details such as wheels, lights, grilles and interior styling will all change.

    If the Pune manufacturing plan is adopted, the Defender will share major chassis and suspension parts with a revised version of the Indian-built Tata Aria SUV, also made in Pune and due in several years’ time. The two chassis will not be identical but should be close enough in dimensions and specification to share the same manufacturing process.

    The Pune Defender plan looks all the more workable because Tata recently announced plans to build back-to-back engine plants in Pune and Wolverhampton. Either should be able to provide the staple four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines a new Defender would need.
    Fonte: Autocar

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    Em Nova Deli com outras cores.

    Beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeem nice

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    Em terras americanas vai vender que nem pãozinho quente.

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    Se poder levar o abuso o original é bom, a estéctica é basica :p

    Mas duvido muito que passe onde o outro passa.

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    Land Rover DC100 edges closer to production | Autocar

    The new Defender can do to the Land Rover badge and image what the smash-hit Evoque did for the Range Rover. That is the view of Land Rover’s design director, Gerry McGovern.

    It is now over a year since Land Rover revealed the DC100 concept and began touring it worldwide at shows, getting feedback. “The concept got the thumbs-up,” said McGovern, “and 90 per cent of the 250,000 people we spoke to loved it.”

    McGovern said design work on the Defender replacement had progressed and various different concepts had been looked at internally in addition to the DC100, ahead of a planned introduction in “the middle of the decade”.

    He believes the “new Defender can do for Land Rover what the Evoque did for Range Rover”, bringing a new, more style-conscious buyer to the Defender and the Land Rover brand.

    Although style is promised, it will not be at the expense of function. “We need a new Defender for a new generation,” said McGovern, “so it has to be relevant and desirable to a modern audience, but it has to have the essence of the Defender. James Bond needs to be able to kick the hell out of it and it will still be able to get up for more.”

    McGovern understands the sensitivity of the new Defender project due to the current car’s staunch fan base, but he said it couldn’t “be developed through rose-tinted spectacles”.

    He said: “A like-for-like replacement for the Defender would not be appropriate and wouldn’t be legal with safety legislation. We can still capture the essence of the past but in a modern way.”

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    Há ali qualquer coisa nas proporções que parece não estar bem conseguido...

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    O perfil e traseira ainda se consegue engolir, agora a frente?! Aqueles faróis dão-lhe um ar que consegue ser quase fofinho, vai contra tudo o que o Defender original representa. Deviam embrutecer um pouco o jipe, uma coisa mais do tipo "vou ao fim do mundo e volto".

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    Mataram o Defender
    Fnoronha e RicardoDTI gostam disto.

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    Citação Originalmente Colocado por MisterPolo Ver Post
    Mataram o Defender
    Calma, que ainda não mataram nada.
    O diretor de Design assegurou que o futuro Defender não se assemelhará nada aos concepts DC100 (devem ter lido o teu post).
    O nível de rasgados elogios que ele faz ao futuro Defender é tão elevado, que se fica ansioso por ver o que irá sair dali.
    O próximo Land Rover Defender será "incrivelmente distintivo"

    The next-generation Land Rover Defender, which is expected to arrive in 2015, will be designed to look "incredibly distinctive", British company design director Gerry McGovern said.

    "This thing, I can assure you, will be incredibly distinctive. You’ll look at it and say, ‘That is a modern-day Defender’, and there will be nothing else like it. This car will be the bollocks, I assure you. The absolute dog’s bollocks," McGovern told CarAdvice, adding that the Defender would look nothing like the DC100 concepts.

    Besides designing a Defender set to blow its customers away, McGovern said that the British company is also looking to expand the Defender lineup: "There’s an opportunity to spin it in different ways, and different versions. Look at Defender when it first started – there was a lot of proliferation in terms of different types of Defenders, pick-ups and all types of things."

    The Land Rover representative also suggested that the all-new Defender could follow the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport recipe to become more lighter with an aluminum platform. "Aluminum is something that we’re good at and we’ve started to use a lot more of. It offers massive savings in terms of weight, which means our engines can get smaller, and also sustainability, so that will be very much on the cards as a material that is ideal for us," McGovern added.

    All told, Land Rover hopes to sell the new Defender in significantly higher number than the current "antique" model, which averages about 15,000 order a year.

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    Citação Originalmente Colocado por Pneucareca Ver Post
    Não sei porque é que alguém liga a esse "blog" brasileiro, fartam-se de roubar conteúdos e nem sabem traduzir do Inglês.

    O Defender terá sucessor, o design não será baseado no concept DC100, será mais semelhante ao Freelander/Discovery. Pode-se dizer que será uma versão mais robusta do Freelander/Discovery, com uma plataforma em alumínio.

    Os ingleses dizem discard the plans (descartaram os planos), os brasileiros falam logo em cancelar, fantástico.

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