Bowler Turns Land Rover Defender Into Rallying Masterpiece
The vehicle itself is stripped out compared to a street-legal Defender. Nearly all of the sound deadening is gone to accommodate the FIA-standard roll cage, electrical cut-offs, fire protection, and competition race seats. Bowler subtly improved the already tight bodyshell to stand up to off-road conditions and fitted a modified front bumper to increase airflow to the engine.
Customers who wish to take part in the 2022 Challenge can purchase a package starting at £99,500 (around $138,000), which includes a Bowler-prepared Defender and event support. If we had this kind of cash lying around, it seems like a great way to go racing.
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