2015 Prototype Heritage 90
The 2015 Prototype Heritage 90 Land Rover was a one-off concept vehicle that was created to celebrate the 67th anniversary of the Land Rover brand.
It was based on the standard Land Rover Defender 90, but it was heavily modified with a number of features designed to replicate the original Series 1 Land Rover.
The Prototype Heritage 90 featured a number of classic Land Rover styling cues, including a one-piece windshield, a split tailgate, and a canvas roof.
It was also powered by a 2.2-litre diesel engine that produced 122 horsepower and 265 lb-ft of torque. It was mated to a six-speed manual transmission and a four-wheel drive system.
The Prototype Heritage 90 was created by Land Rover's Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) division. SVO is responsible for creating high-performance and luxury Land Rover vehicles.
Best in Show
The Prototype Heritage 90 was first shown at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed. It was met with positive reviews from the media and the public, and it was seen as a fitting tribute to the original Land Rover.
The Prototype Heritage 90 was painted in a unique shade of green that is called "Heritage Green." This colour was chosen to reflect the vehicle's classic design.
The Prototype Heritage 90 was not put into production, but it did serve as inspiration for the 2016 Land Rover Heritage 90, which was a limited-edition model that was based on the standard Defender 90.