The special edition Land Rover Defender Heritage and Adventure models are now available to order at your nearest Land Rover Jaguar dealership.
There is no word on what the special edition â€˜slice of historyâ€™ models will cost, but you can be sure if you have to ask then you probably canâ€™t afford either.
Traditionalists will literally be drooling over the Heritage Edition model which doffs its cap at the original pre-production Series I â€˜Hueyâ€™ of 1947. Why Huey? His number plate, of course, which read HUE 166.
With its Grasmere Green metallic paintwork, and similarly colour steel wheels. Yep, steel, no alloy wheel malarkey here, the Heritage Edition is a sight to behold, and if youâ€™re a Defender aficionado then youâ€™ll surely appreciate the Alaska White roof, heritage style grille, and headlamp surrounds.
Other nostalgic additions include the silver front bumper with black end caps while clear indicator lenses and Indus Silver door hinges further set the Heritage Edition apart. So too do the body-coloured wheel arches and mudflaps bearing the Heritage logo.
Available in both 110 and 90 body configurations, South Africa will receive 130 and 50 units respectively.
Full Heritage Edition spec:
Unique Grasmere Green metallic paintwork with body colour wheel arches.
Unique Alaska White roof
Silver front bumper with black end caps
Heritage style front grille and headlamp surrounds
Body coloured heavy duty steel wheels
Clear indicator lenses
Indus Silver door hinges
Heritage style badges
Heritage logo mudflaps
HUE 166 graphics
Bright aluminium finish clock and air vent bezels
Aluminium interior door handles and door locks
Perforated leather outer steering wheel rim, gear knob and handbrake lever
Almond Resolve Cloth upholstery with Ebony Vinyl sides and backs, with HUE tags
Padded cubby box with Almond Cloth lid
Heritage logo rubber floor mats
If the Heritage Edition is a little too old school, the perhaps the similarly special Adventure Edition is more up your mountain?
Said to be designed for customers who want to explore, a more accurate description would be, â€œfor customers who want to shout about their arrivalâ€¦â€ up a mountain or sand dune etc, as the Adventure Edition is in polar opposites to the toned down â€˜stockâ€™ Heritage Edition.
Available in three exclusive colours, Corris Grey, Yulong White and Phoenix Orange, with all colours receiving contrasting Santorini Black paint for the grille and its surround, the bonnet, roof and rear door, plus the headlamp surrounds and wheel arches.
Seven-inch LED projector headlamps, clear front indicators and gloss black diamond-turned alloy wheels are also sure to turn heads in the mud (will they ever?).
Premium seats with Windsor Leather upholstery are available in four different colours, and feature perforated leather inserts and contrasting stitching. Offset by a leather-trimmed steering wheel, gear knob and handbrake lever and aluminium interior trim, the Adventure Edition is as striking on the outside as it luxurious (for a Defender) on the inside.
Likely to be less desirable as the Heritage Edition, 15 of the Adventure modelÂ will be be made available in the 90 body style, andÂ 20 in the 110 station wagon body style.
Full Adventure Edition spec:
Corris Grey, Yulong White or Phoenix Orange paintwork.
Santorini Black â€˜Adventureâ€™ grille, wheel arches, bonnet, roof, and rear door.
Seven-inch LED projector headlamps.
Clear indicator lenses.
Underbody sill and sump protectors.
Atlas â€˜Defenderâ€™ bonnet script.
Gloss Black split-spoke diamond-turned alloy wheels.
Goodyear MT/R tyres with white lettering.
Decals on front wings.
Windsor Leather upholstery.
Windsor Leather front passenger facia.
Leather trimmed door panels.
Bright Aluminium finish clock and air vent bezels.
Aluminium interior door handles and door locks.
Bright finish and rubber pedals.
Santorini Black centre console.
Fully wrapped leather steering wheel.
Perforated leather gear knobs, handbrake lever and grab handles.
Ebony Alston headlining.
Heritage logo carpet floor mats.