37”s are the new 35’s! The New Bronco will fit them easy and the Jeeps do. Rovers got to think of that on a flagship impractical off-roader.
As usual Qatar does things bigger, new showroom ready for the new defender, or is it the old one? Look at top level.
Im guessing the are selling classics up there
World’s biggest Jaguar Land Rover retailer opens in Qatar - JLR Team Talk
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Lucky8 said on youtube they are "up in the bonnet" so higher upIf 34s on 18s would fit even with air bags I could potentially get past having the bags but I still like the long-term reliability and simplicity of coils better. Height sensors go and air bags leak- perhaps the Defender's air system will be worlds better, but we won't know that until they've been out for years.
I'm just not sure you will be able to fit 18s- the calipers on the pictures I've seen don't appear to show much room and they are on 20" rims. If you can't put on larger tires- or at least if it's incredible difficult to- like with the LR4- you lose the pliability, traction, and resiliency benefits that come from airing a tire down off-road.
What are everyone's thoughts on the likelihood that the radiators are going to sit in front of the wheels- that seems like a vulnerability?
1st,2nd,3rd and 4th look to be bosch test vehicles, probs autonomous stuff.I wonder why they are keeping the body cladding on it when the "Tusk" look has already been displayed? I would have thought that they all would reveal as much as the "Tusk" one now.