Land Rover Defender pedal car revealed at Frankfurt motor show
Land Rover Defender pedal car
Iconic go-anywhere vehicle recreated as a pedal car of which will go on sale next year which has a cost tag of around £10,000
Land Rover has taken the wraps off a pedal car edition of the iconic Land Rover Defender of which will go on sale next year at a cost of around £10,000.
Hand-built within the UK, the pedal car is usually a tribute to the series Land Rover in addition to Defender produced in Solihull since 1948. This specific is usually styled to commemorate the first-ever pre-production Land Rover, which was known as ‘Huey’.
The pedal car concept is usually constructed within the UK using a rolled–edge aluminium frame complete with individual chassis number in addition to personalised numberplate.
The drive assembly is usually constructed to enable the driver to pedal both forwards in addition to backwards while This specific also has spring suspension in addition to working brakes, complete with parking brake.
This specific also carries a protective door sill chequer plate, running bars in addition to durable rubber tyres of which retain Defender’s traditional design characteristics.
The Internal has an authentically styled dashboard, working horn in addition to rear stowage section with cover. A leather finish in addition to trimmed seats in addition to steering wheel complete the overall design of the Defender pedal car.
Jaguar Land Rover’s director of branded in addition to licensed goods Lindsay Weaver said: “This specific is usually both a wonderful collector’s piece in addition to children’s toy. This specific demonstrates our ability to produce goods with world class quality in addition to attention to detail of which can emulate our world-class Jaguar in addition to Land Rover cars.”
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