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Land Rover Introduces Autohome Rugged Roof Tent for the New L663 Defender 110

Land Rover | Published on 22 Jun 2020 | Last Edited on 23 Sep 2020 | Author: Dr Jiulin Teng
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Land Rover and Autohome have developed an easy-to-deploy roof tent for the New Defender that can be put up in seconds. Designed for two adults, the rugged roof comes with a full-size mattress, pillows, interior lighting, and a compact ladder
The Autohome roof tent when deployed
The Autohome roof tent when deployed

The Roof Tent

The new Defender has a maximum payload of 900kg and a static roofload of 300kg. The new rugged roof tent is developed with Autohome for the new Land Rover Defender 110 (five-door) SUV. Encased in a lightweight fiberglass shell, the tent is protected when not in use.
A closeup of the roof tent when retracted
A closeup of the roof tent when retracted
At deployment, it can be erected with one hand in seconds: It suffices to unclip the fastening at the rear and lift the shell slightly for the gas struts to prop up the tent automatically.
When erected, the tent measures 2.3m long, 1.3m wide, and 1.5m high. It retains at €3,081.96 excluding VAT. It works in conjunction with the official Land Rover Expedition Roof Rack and Roof Rails, which come fitted with the Adventure Pack.

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