Jaguar Land Rover's wonderful but aging supercharged V8 is being set out to pasture. Rather than eating the costs and designing a new engine from the ground up, JLR plans to source V8s from BMW.
Just a few months after the last new Defender rolled off the production line in Solihull, England, the familiar boxy shape is back as Land Rover's Classic division has declared 25 examples will be restored into as-new condition and sold to customers under the new Reborn program.
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