Land Rover continues to build out the Defender lineup, which is now available in three different body styles, two- or four-doors and with up to three rows of seats. Now Land Rover has unveiled the latest addition, the 2024 Defender 130 Outbound, which is based on the longest version.

2024 Land Rover Defender 130 Outbound

The Defender 130 comes standard with three rows of seats, but the Outbound version removes the third row to provide more cargo space. It has up to 88.85 cubic ft of cargo space, there’s also almost 50 inches of floor space behind the second row.

It stands out from the rest of the Defender lineup with a Shadow Atlas Matt finish on the bumpers and grille, while the side vents are finished in Anthracite. It comes standard with gloss black 20-inch wheels, while 22-inch wheels in Shadow Atlas Matt are available. The 130 Outbound is available in Fuji White, Santorini Black, Carpathian Grey and Eiger Grey with body-colored rear signature panels and D-pillar finishers.

Inside you can choose either Windsor leather or a more durable Resist fabric, both of which come exclusively in Ebony. Under the hood the 130 Outbound is powered by a 395 hp 3.0-liter straight six engine with an electric supercharger, and a 48-volt hybrid system. The The Defender 130 Outbound can tow up to 8,200 pounds. The pricing starts at $85,975.

Land Rover has also made some other updates to the 2024 Defender, with the expansion of the 5.0-liter V8, which generates 493 hp and 450 lb-ft. of torque. It’s now available in the Defender 130, which means that it’s available with three engine options. The shorter Defender 110 is also available with the 5.0-liter V8.

There’s also a new County appearance package, which adds retro graphics, illuminated tread plates and 20-inch alloy wheels for only $600.