[YesAuto Appearance Modification] Land Rover once announced that it will officially discontinue production of its Defender model in December 2015, and the modification brand Startech is also commemorating this legendary model in its own way, launching a limited edition of 68 customized Land Rover Defender Sixty8 .

The Sixty8 is based on the Guardian 110 model. The body is painted in Corris gray metallic paint with a Santorini black roof. The front is equipped with LED headlights, the sides of the body are replaced with new fenders and pedals, and the Sixty8 badge is inlaid in some details. Not only that, Startech also fitted it with Monostar D series 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels and Bailuchi A/T tires.

The car is replaced with front sports sports seats, sports steering wheel and aluminum alloy gear handles. In addition, there are brown/black leather interiors, GPS navigation system, and Alcantara fabric roof lining, stainless steel anti-friction plates and alloy pedals.

In terms of power, this car is equipped with a 2.2-liter turbocharged diesel engine with a maximum power of 122 horsepower and a peak torque of 360 N·m . It is equipped with a six-speed manual transmission and a full-time four-wheel drive system. It has a 0-100km/h acceleration time of 15.8 and a top speed. It is 145km/h.