Land Rover Defender 90, Puma


Initially, it was supposed to be a visual refresh and a small upgrade. However, this is the case of a Defender when it is already a bit late for a simple refresh and it is worth to opt for a kind of full restoration. The advantage of Puma is the door that does not corrode, while the disadvantage is the weakest chassis protection in history.


The to-do list included painting the car (it was covered with foil), soundproofing and making the carpets, leather upholstery and alcantara headlining, installation of Safety Devices safety cage, suspension lift, full inspection and mechanical repair.


Driving such a renewed and rebuilt car is pure fun, it has become much safer and looks a bit different compared to standard Defenders, even though it is very balanced.