4x4 Land Rover

Land Rover started life in Iceland as a farmers help. It had lots of seats and space in the rear that could be used for hauling sheep. When the Range Rover was introduced in the 70s the advanced suspension caught on in a big way and proved it could master the roughest roads. Lately modifications have been popular and are relatively easy to perform.


A specially build military version of the popular Land Rover. Looks old but is actually from the 70s or so. Just made lighter.

Range Rover

Range Rover '86 modified for 38" tires and a Nissan 2.8 liter diesel engine.

A Land Rover Defender on 38" Ground Hawk tires looks ready for the next adventure.


A Land Rover on 38 inch Mudder tires used for glacier driving. Read the full modification article here.

Land Rover Defender - 44 inch tires
An impressive Land Rover Defender on 44 inch tires. With the winch and fog lights and all the other accessories, there is not much stopping this one!


Number plate means EXAGGERATED. The body of the Defender was literally cut in halves and the width expanded for roughly some 30 cm (12").


Thrandur Arnthorsson
Thrandur is the chief-editor and owner of 4x4 Off Roads and an 4x4 off road enthusiast. Living in Iceland he loves to share the coolest 4x4 trucks and supporting more offroad freedom. Thrandur is the author of the Udemy course How to modify your cool 4x4 truck!.




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