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Land Rover will be exhibiting at this year's Commercial Vehicle Show at the Birmingham NEC with a complete line-up of new commercial vehicles including the new Land Rover Defender Hard Top.

The recently launched Land Rover Defender Hard Top will be making its show debut with the short wheelbase Defender Hard Top 90 and the long wheelbase Defender Hard Top 110. Both models were launched towards the end of last year, heralding a triumphant return to the commercial vehicle segment for the Defender after production of the previous model was stopped. Also on display at the show will be the Land Rover Discovery Commercial which has long been the only commercial vehicle in the Land Rover range.

“Land Rover is looking forward to returning to the Commercial Vehicle Show, enabling the brand to showcase its full range of highly capable Commercial Vehicles. ” said Andrew Jago, General Manager, Fleet & Business Jaguar Land Rover UK. 

“The event provides an ideal platform to meet with new and existing customers in a face-to-face environment.” 

The CV Show has been moved from its regular April slot to the days after the August bank holiday weekend this year. Last year's show was cancelled due to the Covid pandemic, and the 2021 show suffered the same fate.

Van manufacturers confirmed for the event also include Ford and Vauxhall who will be showing their award winning electric Vivaro-e and the forthcoming Vauxhall Combo-e. Other exhibitors confirmed for the event which will run from 31 August to 2 September include pick-up truck manufacturer Isuzu, the Coventry-based LEVC whose LEVC VN5 is a conversion of the London TX taxi and Maxus, formerly LDV, whose E Deliver 3 and E Deliver 9 electric vans will make their show debuts.

Pick-up truck manufacturers will be represented by Toyota and Ford, as well as SsangYong who will be showing the latest version of the SsangYong Musso pick-up truck.

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