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With spy shots, looks like Land Rover taking the defender to discovery route with boxy styling, grill, doors, and windows.

Looks like another legend on the butcher shelf

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If Suzuki Jimny can look like the all powerful Mercedes G wagon, than Defender needs an uplift too.

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I feel a mini Discovery vibe going on from these pics. It’s about time LR had a real update on the Defender.

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      In coordination with the Ministry of Economy -Consumer Protection Department and in line with its commitment to conduct an on-going review of all products in the UAE and provide the consumer with the required protection, Al Tayer Motors, the local importer - dealer of Land Rover vehicles in the UAE, and Premier Motors, the official dealer for Land Rover vehicles in Abu Dhabi, announce a safety recall campaign for certain 2015 model year Land Rover Defender vehicles, manufactured in the UK, for front brake pipe inspection and replacement if necessary. 
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      In the interest of delivering the highest standards of Land Rover quality and customer care, Al Tayer Motors/Premier Motors will begin contacting the affected customers to inform them about this recall and request them to bring in their vehicles to have the front brake pipes inspected and adjusted to the correct clearances, if necessary. If there are any signs of damage to the left hand, right hand or both sides of the front brake pipe, the damaged pipe will be replaced free of charge. 
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