Car fans are probably used to new car concepts that designers come up with. Some of these concepts just seem unrealistic or too futuristic even for those who are familiar with this field. In the case of other car concepts, designers take into account the vehicle’s capacities. Thus, parting from a certain idea, developers and those specialized in car designs come up with all kinds of hybrid car concepts.
That’s the case of the Hybrid Land Rover Defender. This concept utilizes the FRAZER NASH hybrid control system. This system is used in order for an innovative and unique packaging solution to be achieved. Thus the Defender is enabled to offer comfort for all the five seats.
Moreover, even if the concept maintains the same 90 inch wheelbase, the Defender is said to provide vastly improved payload.
The Hybrid Land Rover Defender concept has appeared in the Land Rover monthly magazine and has also received the award ‘Best Artwork in Show’ at the 2009 Coventry University Design Degree Show.
As you can see from the picture above, the comfort given by the five separate seats would definitely change and improve the experience of those in the car.