Offering the best of both worlds, E.C.D. Automotive Design aims to deliver a more efficient off-road Land Rover Defender.
The Land Rover Defender began life as an agricultural workhorse, using its reliable and functional chassis to conquer everyday tasks around the farms of Europe. Responsible for reviving and transforming vintage Land Rovers into customized 4x4s, the incredible team at East Coast Defenders Automotive Design take pride in sourcing, building, and delivering one-off configurations to its vast customer base around the world. Highlighting one of its most recent builds, E.C.D. took to its Instagram page to introduce Project Nature.
MUST-READ: E.C.D. Automotive Design Expands To A Massive New Operation, Boosting Production On Bespoke Builds
Project Nature showcases the true talents and abilities of the E.C.D. team, featuring a 1988 Defender 110 Signature Soft Top powered by a fully-electric Tesla battery motor. The Grasmere exterior finish pays homage to the early Defender examples, while a pure white roll cage extends far past the third row of seats. The interior cabin utilizes E.C.D.’s 6-passenger layout, layering the comfortable diamond-stitched seats in Torino Moonshine leather. Equipped with modern amenities and state-of-the-art technology, Project Nature welcomes the Land Rover Defender to the future. As East Cost Defender Automotive Design continues to roll out Land Rover EVs, expect to see one of their builds at a Tesla charging station near you. View all of E.C.D. Automotive Design’s current inventory on duPont REGISTRY by clicking the link below.