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Land Rover
Land Rover
From £25,995
Defender 110 Station Wagon County
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Sherlock and John hire out a Land Rover Defender 110 Station Wagon to get around the expanse of Dartmoor in The Hounds of Baskerville. They've opted for the County version, the model above the standard base vehicle, coloured in Aintree Green metallic paint, and featuring the following non-standard accessories:

Off Road Pack [Including tow ball and rear electrical supply for trailers]

Dual Finish Alloy Wheel & Goodyear Wrangler MT/R Tyre

Expedition Roof Rack System

Rear Access Ladder

Not including any additional interior features we can't see onscreen, their Land Rover Defender is finally priced at closer to £29,000 with these modifications.

The Land Rover Defender is directly based off the original Land Rover Series, first conceived in 1947. The Defender was introduced in 1983 as the Defender 90 and the Defender 110 - the numbers represent the size of the vehicle's wheelbase, with the 110 being larger and longer. Numerous specialised versions of the Defender exist in both wheelbases, including pick-ups, utility wagons, chassis cabs and a double cab high capacity version.

The most recent cosmetic revision to the Defender's appearance occurred in 2007, and this is the version you see onscreen in The Hounds of Baskerville. A concept for a new Defender named the DC100 was recently presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show, but has yet to go into production.