Manhart has accustomed us to improvements in performance and -subtly- also in the aesthetics of models from various brands with their preparations, although on some occasions they also dare to off-road jobs that turn some of the most famous SUVs into true beasts ready for adventureas for example they showed us a few years ago with the Manhart MHX6 Dirt 2 Concept or a little less ago with the BMW X7 MHX7 650 Dirt Edition.
Now he is preparing a new off-road type proposal with the new Land Rover Defendera model that, as we know, is already very well armed as standard in this section, but now wants to go one step further with this version called Manhart DP 450 that the Germans anticipate us with this series of images that show a Defender ready for any adventure that lies ahead.
Hard as a rock
And it is that beyond the usual black and gold decorations typical of Manhart, this model is out of the ordinary for details such as its new off-road tires, its robust front protections that include robust tubular bumpers, both in the highest area of the grill and the headlights, as in the lower area where it is accompanied by a winch to get out of any jam. There is also an auxiliary LED light bar on the roof area built into a roof rack, with a side ladder for access to the area or a snorkel.
Up to 450 hp
Although the company does not give details in this regard, it is assumed that along with all these improvements there will also be improvements in the suspension with a more off-road approach that also raise the bodywork a little more from the ground. This is also accompanied by a improvement at the engine level with a power that now stands at 450 hp. There is no mention of the specific mechanics, although everything indicates that it will be the P300 with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that offers about 300 hp as standard. An improvement therefore quite interesting compared to the original model.
All in all, this is a first touch on a model that is not yet ready, so we can expect more details of this DP 450 in the coming months.
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