Bowler and Land Rover have teamed up to come up with a special Defender. Its name is Bowler Defender and it was developed to compete in a new rally championship.
Named the Bowler Defender Challenge, this series will start in 2022 and will feature seven rallies in the UK.
The Bowler Defender uses a standard 2.0 liter petrol unit with 300 horsepower. The big changes include new front and rear subframes, Fox components, full-length underbody protection and a tweaked lower fascia.
Inside the cabin, there is a FIA-compliant roll cage, a fire suppression system, and electrical cut-offs. There are homologated sports seats and seat-belts, while Bowler relocated the gear selector.Source: Land Rover